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 and was the first campus building to be designated 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-round 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.

Floor plans are representative. Room measurements are estimates. Actual sizes and individual furniture configurations will vary.

Traditional Double (pdf)

First Floor (pdf)

Second Floor (pdf)

Third Floor (pdf)

Fourth Floor (pdf)

Fifth Floor (pdf)

Stever Color = Green

student wearing green during Housewars

Stever Symbol = Cactus

cactus

Stever Images & Virtual Tours

Stever House Double showing two beds, two desks and chairs, and small dressers

Stever House Double

Stever House Double showing two tall dressers and desks

Stever House Double (another view)

Stever House Community Lounge - couches and chairs coffee tables and windows

Stever House Community Lounge

Stever House Study Room - table and chairs white board plants and large windows

Stever House Study Room

Stever House Laundry Room

Stever House Laundry Room

Stever Staff

Kristine Kengor

Housefellow Kristine Kengor

Student Staff

Community Advisor (CA)

Sheldon Yawson

Resident Assistants (RAs)

Alex White
Veronique Wright
Vinay Samuel
Coleman Isner
Madeline Falk
Catherine Cai
Nicolas Suarez
Khoi Minh Do
Payton Downey
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Facility Coordinator Adam Bolla