There's more to discover about Hilbert College. Join us below for a virtual tour that stops at the locations you may not have been able to see on campus.
Living on campus can provide you one of the most holistic college experiences. Hilbert College prides itself on providing one of the best residential experiences (8th Best Residence Halls in NYS by Niche in 2020) along with inclusive dining programs.
Our living-learning communities provide you a safe living experience enriched in activities and opportunities to gain/enhance relationships and develop independence.
Learn About Our Residence Halls
Trinity Hall, which opened in the fall of 2009, is the newest addition to Hilbert's residence complex. Housing mainly incoming freshmen, Trinity Hall is a three-story building with rooms opening off a main corridor. The building offers two
styles of rooms: suites, which feature three 2-person bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a small living room; or double rooms in which two 2-person bedrooms share one bathroom. Students are responsible for cleaning their own room and bathroom.
St. Joseph's Hall is a two-story building that can accommodate up to 96 students. These rooms are double rooms which normally accommodate two students each. Every room connects to a bathroom with an additional room on the other side. All adjoining rooms
are of the same identified gender. St. Joseph's Hall currently hosts upperclassmen and transfers.
Hilbert College’s apartments are state-of-the-art, two-story buildings with a capacity of seventeen students in each of the four buildings. Each building contains four single-gender apartments that can house four or five students in single
bedrooms. Each apartment also contains two bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, air conditioning, and ample storage. Each building also contains laundry facilities.
The Campus Center is located directly at the heart of campus and is home to the Dining Hall, Campus Safety, great hang out spots, and computer stations.
Virtual Tour of the Campus Center
The Dining Hall is on the upper level of the Campus Center. Hilbert's Dining Services have developed a meal program to meet your individual needs.
You’ve got plenty on your mind: classes, sports, clubs, and community service, so it’s our goal to provide you with delicious, healthy, and convenient meals to fuel your success.
Dining on campus provides the social experience essential to campus life. It gives you the opportunity to gather with friends, take study breaks, hang out, and relax after a hard day of classes and activities. The comfort, convenience, outstanding food
and inviting atmosphere are designed especially for you.
View our Dining Services
Shop Hilbert College Apparel, textbooks, merchandise, and gifts at the Hawks Bookstore. Located on the lower level of the Campus Center, this convenient shop covers your school supplies needs. It's also a good place to buy snacks and beverages.
View our Bookstore
Hilbert Campus Safety provides a security and safety program that offers around-the-clock patrol and services to the campus community. The Hilbert Office of Campus Safety works hard to ensure the campus is a safe place to learn, live and work. Security
services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Campus Safety office is conveniently located on the lower level of the Campus Center. Our officers are friendly and always available to help.
Learn about our Campus Safety
Our Hawk spirit is strong and typically, games gather a large crowd. For now, our Hilbert College men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams train in the gymnasium. Drop-down batting cages allow our baseball and softball teams a year-round training
option. Club sports, events, and activities also utilize this space.
View our Gym
The Fitness Center is available to all students and faculty at no charge. The air conditioned facility has large flat-screen televisions with Direct TV. The space features a 2,000-square-foot fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art aerobic
and strength training equipment.
View our Weight Room
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