Swartz Hall

Located just off Malesardi Quadrangle and steps from Bertrand Library, Swartz Hall is home to first-year students as well as juniors and seniors. It also houses Uptown, an on-campus event space exclusively for Bucknell students, and common spaces including a lounge, kitchen and study room. Swartz Hall has of four wings: Hill, Loomis, Malcolm and Rainey, and is named for James S. Swartz, trustee from 1884 to 1931.

Residence Details

  • Doubles and triples for first-year students. Single rooms for upper class students
  • Rooms include a bed, desk, chair, dresser and wardrobe for each occupant. Wardrobe is approximately 3 feet by 2 feet by 6.5 feet.
  • Window screens are not provided by the University.
  • Approximate window dimensions: 56"x46".


  • Study lounges
  • Community kitchen
  • Lounge with TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Follow Me printing
  • Outdoor bike racks
  • Nearby amphitheater, between McDonnell Hall and Swartz Hall

Swartz Hall


Furnished two student dorm room at Bucknell University.
Students in Bucknell freshman dorm in Swartz hall.
A Bucknell University decorate dorm room bed with risers.
Empty dorm in Swartz Hall at Bucknell University
Single dorm in Swartz Hall
A three bed, vacant dorm room
Foosball table in a dorm common area at Bucknell University
Kitchen area in Swartz Hall
Outdoor shot of Swartz Hall
Uptown entrance in Swartz Hall