Lincoln Hall was built in 1896 and is one of the university's oldest buildings. It is our all male residence hall and features 3 stories of "turn of the century" atmosphere that is rich in campus tradition. It is capable of housing 73 students and has a mix of single and double occupancy rooms.
All Lincoln Hall rooms come with furniture for each student including a bed, a desk, dresser space, and plenty of closet space. Each floor has its own traditional community bathroom complete with showers.
Lincoln hall has a variety room shapes and sizes including double and single occupancy rooms. This photo shows a single occupancy room.
Lincoln has a TV lounge where residents may come to watch their favorite sporting event. Students will often congregate here to study as well.
Located in the basement is a vend-a-card operated laundry facility that includes several washers and dryers. It is open 24 hours a day to all Lincoln Hall residents and every semester Nevada Housing hosts a free laundry weekend.
The Lincoln Hall Reading Room is one of the more sought after study areas in our residence halls. It has a large conference table, plush comfortable chairs, and a calm atmosphere.
Whenever our Lincoln residents need a relaxing place to study this is where you will find them.
The most popular place in Lincoln Hall is the pool room. Here students spend their study breaks trying to relieve stress in a friendly game of pool.
Lincoln Hall and White Pine Hall often have shared programs that involve students from both halls. This is a photo of their Superbowl party.