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Canevin & Lowe Halls

Canevin and Lowe Halls connect, making two large wings for student housing. While both buildings contain university facilities (including professional offices, student organization offices, classrooms and Lowe Dining Hall) on their lower levels, the floors dedicated to student housing have their own entrances and security. A total of 134 men and women live in the buildings on alternating floors, with a resident assistant on each floor. A residence life professional also lives in the buildings. All rooms in Canevin and Lowe Halls are single occupancy. The fifth floor of Canevin Hall is an official “quiet floor.” These halls also connect to Maura Hall and the Administration Building.

Room Features

  • Every room is single occupancy.
  • Furniture in each room includes a desk and chair, bed and mattress, dresser and shelving.
  • Bed and desk are freestanding and moveable.
  • Room dimensions: 8' x 10'
  • Mattress dimensions: 36" wide x 84" long
  • Closet dimensions: 33" x 92" x 21"
  • Drawer dimensions: 3' x 2'x 6"
  • Ceiling height: 8'
  • Canevin window dimensions: 22" wide x 46" high
  • Lowe window dimensions: 19 ⅓" wide x 47" high
  • Dresser dimensions: 27" x 47 ½" 
  • Under bed height: 29"
  • Desk dimensions: approximately 24" x 42" x 30"
  • Sink dimensions: 20" x 16"
  • Vanity mirror dimensions: 22" x 34"
  • Shelves on wall dimensions: 35" x 37.5" (3 total at 35" x 10 ½")

Hall Features

  • Each floor includes kitchen facilities.
  • Canevin & Lowe Halls connect to Maura Hall, Lowe Dining Hall, the Post Office and the Administration Building. 
  • Free wireless access.
  • The 5th floor of Canevin is a designated "quiet floor."
  • Student ID Card security access.
  • Resident Assistants available for safety, comfort, and community building on each floor.

Hall Contact Information

Christina Qawasmy
Resident Director
Office: Lowe Hall, 107
(724) 838-7811
cqawasmy@setonhill.edu