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Moravian College Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus

The six-story structure is built on land to the south of W. Church Street, north of E. Lehigh Street, between the Day House and the former site of community pavilion band shell. The fully climate-controlled building contains a number of living options for students, including 7 different suites configured to accommodate groups from 2 to 16 students.

In addition to the living space, the structure contains four 40-seat technology-enhanced classrooms, an Information Technology Resource Center, and a wireless computer lounge. The common space is repleted with lounges and study rooms outside of the individual suites.

Students enjoy eating at a new Clewell dining kitchen with area service upgrades, and at a cafe which serves as a second point dining service, coffee house, and social center. A Wellness Center provides a place to recreate and learn about the benefits of maintaining a healthful lifestyle. Other amenities include laundry areas, full-service mail room, and 65 new parking spaces.

In addition the numerous amenities, the building contains the latest security and safety features including equipment and technology for smoke and fire detection, sprinklers, flame resistant materials, electronic door security, and security cameras. It is linked in to the College's campus police central monitoring systems.

All students living on the Hurd Campus benefit from an enhanced transportation system that carries students to and from the Main Street Campus one mile north along Main Street.