Led by a team that works hard to create safe and healthy environments, our residence halls are dynamic communities that support students as they grow academically and personally.
We have four residence halls that are centrally located on our main campus, additional residence hall floors at our Griscom Education Center, and an additional residence hall at a nearby university with. All offer close access to classes, dining, activities, and more.
Rooms house up to three students and offer wireless internet and cable television, and each residence hall offers on-site staff, study spaces, free laundry facilities, and other amenities. All rooms are air-conditioned and have fire alarm and sprinkler systems.
A student who requests housing accommodations due to a disability must complete the housing accommodations request form and provide the appropriate documentation to the coordinator of counseling and accessibility for review and accommodations approval.
If you plan to live on campus, please complete our
Information on housing costs is available on our tuition and fees webpage.
Please submit your request via the Housing Questionnaire above.
Reminder: roommate requests must be reciprocal.
Residence Hall Abbreviations
- ARMS = Armstrong (Main Campus)
- HERR = Herrington (Main Campus)
- BOUR = Bourne (Main Campus)
- METZ = Metzger (Main Campus)
- BRAN = Griscom Education Center (multiple wings: A, B, C, D and E)
- REIG = Reighard Hall at Millersville University
Moving To Campus
What should you bring to your new home at TSCT? Check out our list of suggested items to bring to campus.
The Residence Life team recently announced the availability of a new housing option beginning in the 2023-24 academic year. This housing opportunity is located in Millersville and open only to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology students who will enter the 2023-24 academic year as a second-year/sophomore/returning student.
There is no on-campus residency requirement for our students. Housing away from the campus is all privately owned and is separate and independent of the College. The College does not own, operate, or supervise these properties. Students are responsible for securing their own off-campus housing and then communicating your local address to the College.
Samantha Weekley: Residence Hall Advisor, Orange Street
Ginene McDowell: Residence Hall Advisor, Bourne Hall
Reggie Minter: Residence Hall Advisor, Armstrong Hall
Kelly Montgomery: Residence Hall Advisor, Metzger Hall
The Office of Residence Life seeks to foster self‐development, good citizenship, democratic principles and an environment of self-understanding and appreciation through the acquisition of decision‐making skills on the part of the student and through the emulation and promotion of values inclusive of respect for fellow students, honesty, and the involvement of students in the residence hall governing structure.