The Apartments - Mastrapasqua Hall
2002

Construction of four new residence halls was completed in summer 2002. The residence halls, known simply as "The Apartments" are three stories tall and have room to house 48 students, each with private rooms.

Each of the three floors in each unit are 6,000 square feet in size, for a total of 18,000 square feet per building.

Housing accommodations in the apartments include a living room, a 'mini-kitchen" featuring a microwave oven, sink, and refrigerator, four private bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Washer and dryer units are also included in each apartment.

There are four apartment units on each floor for a total of 12 four-person apartments per building. The exterior of the buildings are brick and are compatible with the classic turn-of-the-century architecture in some of the campus's historic buildings, including Welty-Craig, Virginia, and McCormick halls.

In 2003, the building known as apartment "A" was named Mastrapasqua Hall in honor of Dr. Frank Mastrapasqua, a member of the Board of Trustees. Dr. Mastrapasqua's daughter Mary is a graduate of Tusculum College.