Schapiro Hall

Schapiro Hall houses mostly juniors and seniors in singles, as well as some sophomores in doubles.

Schapiro Hall

Building Fast Facts

  • Corridor-style with mostly single rooms
  • Upper floors have expansive views of the city
  • Sky lounge on the 17th floor has beautiful views of the Hudson
  • Music practice rooms in basement
  • Faculty-in-residence: Samuel Roberts, Associate Professor of History and of Sociomedical Sciences
  • Outdoor courtyard space is available to residents year-round
  • Stephen Donaldson Lounge on the first floor

Room Selection 2023 Data

Room Selection 2023 data shows that the students who selected into this building were 62% rising juniors, 21% rising sophomores, and 17% rising seniors.

  • 73% of students who selected into this building participated as part of a group
    • 8% were in mixed-point groups with an average point value of 29
    • 7% were in rising seniors groups
    • 65% were in rising juniors groups
    • 20% were rising sophomores groups
  • Single rooms were the first to be selected
  • Rising sophomores primarily chose into doubles

Please keep in mind that class make-up in each building varies year to year based on student preferences. This should not be used as predictive data for the upcoming academic year.

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What former residents say:

“Schapiro is equipped with excellent amenities – carpet flooring in the hallways, a common lounge, a kitchen, adequate bathrooms, music rooms, and of course the sky lounge! Schapiro had a lovely off-campus feel for me, which was a good break from the intensities of on-campus first-year living.” 

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