Prince Frederick Hall

Prince Frederick Hall, the University’s newest on-campus dormitory, opened in Fall 2014. The building houses nearly 500 students, and features a combination of singles, doubles, and four-person semi-suites. In addition to spacious lounges and meeting rooms, Prince Frederick houses classrooms for two Honors College programs: ACES (Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students) and DCC (Digital Cultures and Creativity). A LEED Gold-certified building, Prince Frederick Hall is testament to efficiency and sustainable design at the University of Maryland.

Beds in Prince Fredrick Hall
Size in square feet
Seats in large seminar room