Prince Frederick Hall at the University of Maryland

Prince Frederick Hall is an Honors College and the newest living-learning community at the University of Maryland. Completed in July 2014, this uniquely innovative residential experience is available to students across all four class years, with spaces programmed for both social engagement and academic learning. The unit matrix was configured to accommodate the integration of freshmen and upperclassmen.

The building provides 464 beds in a combination of singles, doubles and four-person semi-suites with bathrooms. Just over half of the residents are housed in traditional double rooms with community bathrooms, while the remaining occupants share four-person semi-suites. A small number of private-bath single and double rooms, commons area and gender-neutral bathrooms are available on each floor. Six study and six social lounges, three seminar spaces and a multipurpose room promote interaction. The building houses two of the seven Honors living-learning communities at the University—Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students (ACES) and Design | Cultures + Creativity (DCC).