Stever House-Housing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Stever House

Stever is a first-year residence hall that boasts having more common lounge space than any other residence on campus. Steverites, as its residents are affectionately known, get to know each other quickly during orientation week and develop a strong floor/wing bond and incredible Stever Pride!

Stever was the first building on campus to be designated as a "green" building. With the goal of significantly reducing and/or eliminating the negative impact of the building on the environment, it received a silver rating for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the U.S. Green Building Council in September 2003. The building has individually controlled, year-around heating and cooling options in all rooms with enhanced air exchange and ventilation systems. All public spaces and community baths have automatic lighting and flow controls. In addition to student rooms and baths on each level, each floor has several gathering spaces, a study lounge, and trash/recycling and storage areas.

Stever House at a Glance

ROOM TYPE: Standard double

CAPACITY: 254 residents

DEMOGRAPHICS: First-year, male, female

LOCATION: Morewood corridor

AMENITIES: Reading and study rooms, recreation areas, fitness room, kitchen, dining room, vending machines, laundry facilities, year-around heating and cooling options in all rooms with enhanced air exchange and ventilation systems

Virtual Tours

Stever Double

Stever Lounge

Floor plans

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Stever Housefellow
Meg Evans
 
Meg Evans
 
Her advice to first-year students: "Start small. Go slow. But go!"
Stever Facility Coordinator Tom Brooks
 
Tom Brooks

Tom is a long-standing member of the CMU community. He coordinates housing facilities in the Morewood corridor including Morewood E Tower and Gardens, Stever, and Mudge.