Katzenbach Hall

Katzenbach is a traditional residence hall built in 1963, and it is the home for Douglass' first-year experience program. Named for Marie Hilson Katzenbach, a former trustee of Rutgers University, the residence hall has a newly renovated lounge on the first floor with a community kitchen, wireless internet, a large screen/flat panel TV, and study and social areas.

Other features and amenities of Katzenbach Hall include:

  • Two community bathrooms on each of the four floors
  • Cable TV and Ethernet connections in every room
  • An elevator
  • Extra-long bed, dresser, desk and chair per student in each room
  • Microwave/refrigeration unit in every room
  • Laundry room in building

In addition to being conveniently located near a bus stop, Katzenbach Hall is also close to Neilson Dining Hall, Douglass Campus Center, Cook/Douglass Recreation Center, Intramural Fields, and Hickman Hall.

Katezenbach Hall is two-semester housing, which means students residing in this building must move out over all university breaks.

If you have questions about Douglass Residential College housing, please contact:
Merylou Rodriguez, Director of Scholarships, Housing and Student Engagement for the Office of First Year Programs and College Events, at merylou.rodriguez@echo.rutgers.edu