Little Hall


Little Hall


Princeton, NJ 08854
United States

Little Hall was built in 1901, parallel to the railroad tracks that ended at the Pennsylvania Station just below the Blair Arch. Today it stands at the end of Pyne Drive and is shared by Mathey College and upperclassmen. Little Hall was the first dormitory at Princeton to have indoor bathrooms, and with several additions, the building was later connected to the gymnasium. Little’s most notable feature is a four-story tower with a large bay window and the University coat of arms supported by a pair of tigers.


  • First occupied in 1901
  • Named for Stafford Little, Class of 1844 and former trustee
  • Built in the Collegiate Gothic style
    Property Features
    • 35 rooms
    • 5 floors
    • Singles, doubles, triples, and quads
    • Hallway bathrooms
    • Amenities

    • Full and snack kitchens
    • Laundry - 10th Entry, Basement
    • Printer cluster
    • Study lounge
    • Independent rooms
    • Elevator
    Property Amenities
    • Kitchenettes
    • Laundry
    • Printer Cluster
    • Study Lounge
    Property Room Types
    • Double Rooms
    • Quad Rooms
    • Single Rooms
    • Triple Rooms
    Residential Colleges


    You and your roommate(s) may configure the furniture in your room or suite any way you like, but all of the furniture must remain in the room for the year. Standard furnishings include:

    • A single bed, which requires extra-long, twin-size sheets
    • A dresser
    • A desk and chair
    • A bookshelf
    • A closet or wardrobe for each person
    • Waste and recycling cans
    • Shades or blinds
    • Message boards at the entrance to many rooms
    Floor Plans

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    Dormitory Floor Plans