Living Learning Communities (LLCs): Row Houses

Find yourself in a Living-Learning Community! Meaningful faculty connections Network of students from similar interests Activities designed to complement your academic/career goals Connections to life-long friends

All the Living-Learning Communities at LSSU are located within the Row Houses. Over the last few years, each house has gone through renovations to update the interior of each house while maintaining the historic feel of the exterior. Each Row House has a full kitchen, laundry room, dining area, and a large common area. A library/study room has recently been added to each LLC!

About the Row Houses

Originally built as officer’s quarters for Fort Brady, these stately homes are now used for a variety of purposes. The buildings include Ontario Hall, Erie Hall, Chippewa Hall, Laker Hall, and Easterday House LSSU’s living learning communities.

Hall Mailing Address

Student’s Name
Building and Room # ______
680 W. Easterday Avenue
Sault Ste Marie MI 49783

Rooms

Each Row House is unique, but the majority of the bedrooms are designed for two individuals, with a few single and three person bedrooms. Each Row House has a full kitchen, laundry room, library/study room and a large common living area.

Visitation

24-hour visitation is permitted among residents within their own Row House. 24-hour visitation is permitted among nonresident guests within a limited length of stay.

Housing Staff

The Row is staffed by one student Community Advisor (CA). The CA lives in Ontario Hall. The staff’s main goals are to provide the residents with valuable information, create a positive community through educational programming, maintain a safe and high-quality living environment and serve as a resource whenever a student has a question or concern. The Hall Director (HD) office is located in the Campus Life Office (Cisler 125)..

Honors Program (Ontario Hall)

ontario hall

Located in Ontario Hall the Honors Program is a multidiscipline house that is associated with the LSSU Honors Program. A resident wishing to live in Ontario Hall must be accepted into the Honors Program.  Information about the LSSU Honors Program can be found at www.lssu.edu/honors/.

Ontario Hall has two sides, the Eastside houses females, and the Westside houses males. Each side of the house has a full kitchen, laundry room, dining area, common area, access to a library/study room and two full bathrooms. The West-side of Ontario Hall has one single room and five double rooms while the Eastside has one single room and four double rooms.

Advisor:
Dr. Jason Swedene
(906) 635-2122
jswedene@lssu.edu

Chemistry and Environmental Science Club (Huron Hall)

huron hall

Interested in Chemistry and Environmental Science? Huron Hall is a multidisciplinary house that is associated with the Chemistry and Environmental Science Club. Those within in the house are must be or become active members of the Chemistry and Environmental Science Club.

Huron Hall is divided into two sides. The east-side houses females and has the library/study room as well as the dining room. The west-side houses males and has the computer room and project/entertainment room. The two sides are joined by a sign door that allows access to both sides. Each side of the house have a kitchen, common room, and two bathrooms.

Advisor:
Dr. Derek Wright
(906) 635-2628
dwright@lssu.edu

Fisheries and Wildlife Club (Laker Hall)

laker house

Love the outdoors?  Laker Hall is a multidisciplinary house that is associated with the Fisheries and Wildlife Club. Residents do not need to be majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife Management, but those within in the house must be or become an active member of the Fisheries and Wildlife Club.

Laker Hall has one single room, three triple rooms, and one double room. Laker Hall has a full kitchen, laundry room, dining area, common area, a library/study room and two full bathrooms.

Advisor:
Dr. Ashley Moerke
906-635-2153
amoerke@lssu.edu

Engineering and Technology Program (Chippewa Hall)

laker house

Engineering majors are invited and encouraged to participate with the Engineering and Technology House. All the residents of Chippewa Hall are majoring in one of the engineering and technology programs and are required to complete a house project.

Chippewa Hall has two sides; the East-side houses both females and males while the West-side houses only males. Each side of the house has a full kitchen, laundry room, dining area, common area, access to a library/study room and two full bathrooms. The East-side has one single room, four doubles rooms and one triple room while the West-side of Chippewa Hall has one single room, two double rooms and one triple room.

Student Organization

Advisors:
Dr. Joseph Moening
(906) 635-2135
jmoening@lssu.edu

Dr. Zakaria Mahmud
(906) 635-2137
zmahmud@lssu.edu

School of Criminal Justice, Fire Science, and EMS (Erie Hall)

erie hall porch

Interested in Fire Science, Criminal Justice, or Paramedic Technology? Erie Hall Houses is associated with the First Responders Association Club (FRA). Membership in FRA requires at least an associate degree as a minimum for membership.

Erie Hall has two sides; the North-side houses males while the South-side houses females. Each side of the house has a full kitchen, laundry room, dining area, common area, access to a library/study room and two bathrooms. Both sides have one single room and four double rooms.

Advisor:
Prof. Herb Henderson
(906) 635-2172
hhenderson@lssu.edu