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history

Susquehanna, UMBC's first residence hall, opened to house students in the fall of 1970, just four years after the institution opened. Susquehanna Hall was named for the "muddy" Susquehanna River which is one of the major tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay. The river's Indian name translates to mean "long and crooked river" or "river of the winding shore."
occupancy
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features
Susquehanna Hall has a large community room with a kitchen used frequently by student groups for meetings.
tour
Lobby
Double Room
Outside (picture)

Low Res
Low Res
Low Res

High Res
High Res
High Res

Susquehanna has gone through renovations in the common areas. Updated pictures will be updated soon!

staff

Community Director

Malissa Rivera 410/455-1901
Faculty Mentor
Resident Assistants
Belawoe Akwakoku
Alfonso Delaney III
Lindsey Longley
Wendy Mao
Jack Neumeier
Spencer Richardson
Amalia Rivera-Oven
Desk Manager
Tokunbo Ibitoye  
Desk Staff
Fri-atsoh Achirimofor Kevin Bochinski
Catherine Cano Jamila Ellis
Amanda Gillooly Raven Gronsbell
Matthew Hsieh Hanna Jardel
Rori Kameka Marina Nicholas
Ian Sillars Katrina Smith
 
desk
Desk Phone: (443) 612-0100
Desk Hours: 24 hours 7 days a week
Click on the image to see the floor plan
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