Welcome to Summit Hall

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Welcome to the Summit Hall web page. Here, residents, parents, and prospective students can find lots of important information pertaining to the hall community. You can take a virtual tour of the building, find information about upcoming trips and programs, a page with staff listing and bios, you can download the latest edition of the Summit Slam Newsletter, or you can submit a work order for a leaky sink or blown out light bulb.

Built in 1966, Summit Hall is conveniently located just two blocks from the Life Sciences Building and within easy walking distance to the entire downtown campus. The ten story building is set up in suite accommodation style: there are two students per room who share a bathroom with two other residents in the adjoining room. Summit rooms are furnished with beds, chairs, study desks, and dressers. Each room is also carpeted and has central air conditioning/heating.

The newly renovated ground and first floors of Summit Hall house many convenient facilities that our students enjoy. The Summit Cafe was completely reconstructed over the summer of 2009 and features daily hot food specials, a made to order sub/sandwich bar, and a brand new stone pizza oven. The Grab ‘N Go is a “to go” style eatery where you can enjoy daily sandwich specials as well as Starbucks Coffee products. The ground floor is also the location of the laundry room and student mailboxes. The first floor of the building, also completely renovated in 2009, features a brand new fitness center with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, and a dumbbell set. Next to the lobby there is also a cinema room that students can access by checking out the key. In this room is a 60” plasma TV and several couches. Residents can enjoy a football game in the cinema or join us for our weekly film club meetings.

Popular amongst WVU students for years, Summit Hall is a great place to live. Many of the daily necessities are easily accessible and the friendly staff will do everything in their power to make sure students have the resources they need.