Scully Hall is located in the southeastern section of campus and, along with Bloomberg Hall and the Icahn Lab, forms an elliptical border just above Poe and Pardee intramural fields. Scully Hall was built in 1998 and funded largely by a donation from John Scully, Class of 1966.
The complex was built with three wings that form the sides of a central courtyard—a Princeton tradition. It also features casement windows and towers that are reminiscent of the Collegiate Gothic style found in much of the residential architecture on campus.
Each wing has its own kitchen, laundry and study rooms, and the south wing has a wide archway topped by a modern version of a Gothic tower.
Singles, doubles, and quads
Laundry - North Wing, 2nd Floor and South Wing, 1st and 4th Floors
First occupied in 1998
Named for Vincent and Celia Scully, the parents of John Scully, Class of 1966
Built in the New Modernist style
You and your roommates 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 desk and chair
A closet or wardrobe for each person
Waste and recycling cans
Shades or blinds
Message boards at the entrance to many rooms
Take a look at the floor plans by floor for each dormitory. You will need your NetID to login.