Stonier Hall


Stonier Hall is a traditional residence hall with private baths built in 1963, so every room has their own bathroom. It is named after Harold Stonier (1890-1957). In 1935, Stonier founded the Graduate School of Banking (later Stonier Graduate School) at Rutgers. He served as director (1935-1955) and later dean (1955-1957) of the school. Stonier is also several yards from the Dining Hall and is right across the street from the Rutgers Student Center and Au Bon Pain, making it convenient for students living in the hall.

Type: Traditional Residence Hall
Number of Students: 200
Number of Floors: 5
Average Room Size: 16 X 12
Availability: First-year students, Continuing students
Contract Type: Undergraduate Spring Break Contract (Two Semesters)
What's Nearby? Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall and across the street from Rutgers Student Center and College Avenue Gym. Less than one block to Alexander Library and Health Services and near academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.


135 College Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1118


Features and Amenities

Tile floors and blinds, located directly on College Avenue, housing available for students needing to stay on campus during Thanksgiving and Spring Break.

Important Contacts

Campus Contact

College Avenue Housing