the exterior of Glass Hall at Chapman University
Glass Hall

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Glass Hall is comprised of three four-floor towers. The two outer towers consist of traditional rooms and a center wing of apartments. The building is surrounded by a gate that can only be accessed by current residents. Students will pass beautiful outdoor courtyards on their way to the interior hallways through which all residence rooms and apartments can be found.


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Building Features

  • Trash/recycling facilities on every floor
  • TV lounges on every floor
  • Study lounge on 3rd floor
  • Laundry room on 4th floor

Room Amenities

All Glass Rooms and Apartments

  • Twin extra-long bed for each resident
  • Dresser for each resident
  • Desk and desk chair for each resident
  • A/C & heater
  • 1 bathroom
  • Ethernet connections; wireless Internet throughout building
  • 2 phone jacks
  • Cable

 Glass Apartments Only

  • Common living room with breakfast bar and 4 barstools
  • Kitchen, including stove, fridge, and microwave (no oven)

 To learn more about what you should bring with you to your Chapman room, visit Moving In.

Apartment Layouts

These apartments are for continuing students.

2 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartment - Occupancy: 4 students

1 Bedroom 1 Bath Apartment - Occupancy: 2 students

Apartment layouts are displayed below by the number of students they can accommodate. For the Academic Year 2020-2021, most units will have 2 people to allow for the implementation of physical distancing. Please note that these are sample unit layouts. The floor plan may vary slightly depending on the room’s location in the building. Additionally, some images may feature staging furniture, all spaces come instead with university-provided furniture.

Housing Rates


Check out our Housing Rates page for the most up-to-date room and board information.

Glass Hall Facts


Built: 2004

Named for Jerrold and Jacqueline Glass

Available for first year and continuing students