Roush Hall

The most uniquely designed of all the HU residence halls, Roush is a combination of community and suite styling. Four students share a common bathroom located between the sharing rooms. However, the community feel is still present as the rooms are positioned on the perimeter of a common lounge area that also has a kitchen and laundry area. Roush Hall is comprised of all women. The hall is named in honor of U.S. Congressman Edward Roush, father of the 911 call center. 

  • Gender: Female
  • Bathroom Style: Suite
  • Floor Layout: Suite
  • Residents/Hall: 132
  • Residents/Room: 2
  • Residents/Suite: 4
  • Desk: 3’ x 2’ x 58”
  • Under bed space: 11.5”
  • Mattress: 8” thick extra long twin
  • Air conditioning: Yes
  • Carpet: Yes
  • Cleaning products: Need to bring your own
  • Mirrors: Mirror for bathroom/provided
  • Shower Curtain: provided or bring own
  • Fridge: 1 fridge in kitchen on each floor
  • Vacuum: Available on floor

The History Behind Roush Hall

Bishop Todd Fetters shares the history behind Roush Hall at Huntington University.