Brinser Residence Hall
Who to Contact
Gene Thomas, Area Coordinator
Brinser opened in 1965 as a men’s dormitory and named in honor of David E. Brinser (1924) & Sadie M. Brinser.
Brinser is home to about 109 students in a setting of suites, triples, singles, and doubles. The building houses students from all cohorts. Brinser is a co-ed building, with men and women on separate floors. Most rooms in the building have a unique “L” shape. The building features a lounge on the first floor, as well as a kitchen and laundry facilities. The building is located next to the BSC (Baugher Student Center).
Floors: Vinyl flooring in rooms, carpet in hallways
Furniture: Each student will have a twin bed that can be adjusted for height, a dresser, a desk and desk chair, and a wardrobe.
Windows: All room windows come with a shade. Windows are typically 4’11”wide x 5’2” high or 4’2” wide x 5’2” high.
Air Conditioning: Central HVAC system (2 pipe)
Kitchen Facilities: Communal kitchen located on the first floor, including sink, refrigerator/freezer, & stove/oven
Bathroom Information: Traditional, communal style bathrooms that include sinks, toilets, and showers.
Laundry Facilities: Located on the first floor. There is no additional cost for laundry during the academic year.
- Summer 2020
- new flooring, paint, carpet, lighting, and full bathroom remodels.
- The 1st floor also renovated the RA office into an ADA restroom.