About Emry Hall
Emry Hall was built in 1968 and named after Dr. June Emry. Dr. Emry was a versatile, influential instructor and administrator at DSU from 1921–1927 and 1938–1956. She also served as the Lake County Superintendent of Schools.
Today, Emry Hall is a co-ed hall that primarily houses upper-class students, but one floor is dedicated to new students in the FYRE program. It is located on the northeast corner of campus.
Each hall on campus is a little different, but there are common things that you can anticipate from each hall.
- A lobby with a big screen television and lounge couches
- Vending machines
- Laundry facilities (coin or university card-operated)
- Air conditioning
- Carpeted hallways
DSU varies from style of rooms, either living in a single or double room, carpet or tile, you will always find:
- Network-ready for computer usage. The entire hall is wireless.
- Cable and Internet are provided as part of a payment of the per semester housing fee.
- 1 extra long twin size bed per person/room.
- 1 desk and chair per person/room.
- Open closets with a 3 drawer chest-of-drawer.