McCrady Hall is located on Alabama Avenue, near McClurg Dining Hall, Snowden Hall, Gailor Hall, Woods Labs, and duPont Library. Originally built in 1964, this residence hall has a tower-like feature resembling a castle (and yes, you can live in the McCrady tower!).


McCrady houses 92 students.  Rooms are arranged in suites for four students, with two study rooms and two bedrooms connected by a bathroom. Each study room opens into a bedroom.  All rooms are carpeted, and windows are furnished with blinds. Bedroom: 12'1" x 9'1" with 2 windows. Study room: 12'1" x 8'1" with 3 windows. 


The central first floor common room features a large stone fireplace, comfortable couches, cable television, and a VCR/DVD player. Smaller first and second floor common rooms have couches and chairs for reading or relaxing. A raised stone patio runs along the rear of the building and hosts a grill. McCrady Hall rooms are not air-conditioned. The first floor common room is air-conditioned.

McCrady Hall

  • Two twin XL beds with approximately 14" of storage space under each bed
  • Two built-in closets with a 24" rod for hanging clothes and a shelf above for added storage
  • Two wall-mounted bookshelves with two shelves each
  • Two dressers with five drawers each
  • Full-length mirror on the back of each door
  • Two waste bins and one recycling bin
  • One room phone and two Ethernet ports
  • Some rooms have one shared wall-length desk with two chairs while others have two freestanding desks with chairs