Wayne Lammie Hall

Nittany Apartments offer comfortable and modern student housing conveniently on campus. Wayne Lammie Hall (previously Nittany I) offers two double or single-occupancy bedrooms, a full bathroom with separate vanity and shower/toilet areas, a living room, and a full kitchen. Being a resident student gives you the opportunity to be a part of a close-knit campus community where you'll get a taste of living on your own while benefiting from the support of Housing and Residence Life staff who are committed to providing a safe, secure, and comfortable living experience.

Building Type


Room Types

Apartment 2 Bedroom/4 Person

Living Arrangements

Living Learning Community (LLC)

Building Amenities

Full Refrigerator
Lounge Chair
Storage Space



Room Furnishings

Desk Chair
Desk Lamp
Under Bed Storage (33")
Vinyl Plank / Laminate Flooring
XL Twin Mattress (80")

Room Diagrams

Room & Furnishing Dimensions

Building Floor Plans


Rates for 2024-2025
Residence Hall Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Wayne Lammie Hall Double 4 $3,761 $3,761
Wayne Lammie Hall Double as Single 3 $4,701 $4,701
Rates for 2023-2024
Residence Hall Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Wayne Lammie Hall Double 4 $3,724 $3,724
Wayne Lammie Hall Double as Single 3 $4,655 $4,655

Meet Our Staff

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Gina Greppin


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Housing FAQs



How do I choose a space and accept the HFS Contract?

Current students who receive an email with the invitation offer:

  • If you receive an invitation, log on to www.eLiving.psu.edu and select “View Invitation” under My Contracts. 
  • Select your invitation to view all housing options. Not all options may be available based on when you are invited into the process. 
  • Select the housing option you desire and click ‘Continue’. 
  • Add a friend’s Penn State Access ID who you want to receive a Housing and Food Service (HFS) Contract offer and click ‘Continue’. It's not required to add a friend, and not all housing options allow for a roommate. 
  • Review your selection and click ‘Create Contract’ to be offered the HFS Contract for your selected housing option.
    • If a roommate was listed, this student will also be offered the HFS Contract. 
  • To accept the HFS Contract offer, select the Shopping Cart icon and view the offer. 
  • Click the ‘Begin Acceptance Process’ button to view and read the HFS Contract and Terms, Conditions, and Regulations (TCRs).  Check mark the box to indicate that you have read and agree to abide by the TCRs.  Type your name to electronically sign the HFS Contract. Click the ‘Accept Contract’ button.  All done!

You are not obligated to live on campus until you accept the HFS Contract; once accepted, the HFS Contract cannot be cancelled (unless you are no longer enrolled at Penn State).

What housing options are available for upper-class students at Schuylkill?

Upper-class students at Schuylkill have various housing options to consider. Review the available housing options and the associated room rates to determine which housing option meets your needs and fits your budget. Room rates for each academic year are approved by the Board of Trustees in the spring prior to the fall semester start; yearly rate increases are traditionally between 3-5%.

When invited to view available housing options, students will see the number of currently available spaces for each option. These numbers will fluctuate as students make their choices, and spaces are added to or subtracted from the total.

Students interested in an option other than the one they first chose can add their name to the Waitlist for their preferred option. 

24-25 Housing Options Location(s)
Break Access / Holiday Housing Lammie, Nittany II, Nittany III, Nittany IV, or Nittany V
Double Room Lammie, Nittany II, Nittany III, Nittany IV, or Nittany V
Open Gender Housing^ Lammie, Nittany II, Nittany III, Nittany IV, or Nittany V
Single Room Nittany II, Nittany III, Nittany IV

^must fill apartment with 4-6 students; roommate matching is not available. View complete terms and required form here.

Students required to live on campus who do not Request Housing will be offered the Double Room housing option and may add their name to any available housing option Waitlist.


Request Process

Are incoming first-year students eligible to Request Housing in eLiving?

No, the Request Housing process in eLiving is specific to current first-year and upperclass students. Incoming first-year and transfer students can choose on-campus housing, if available, when they accept their offer of admission through MyPennState or can add their name to the On-Campus Housing Waitlist afterward. Find out more information about the incoming first-year process.


I accepted an HFS Contract, but I want to live in another housing option. What can I do?

If you are interested in another housing option, you can add your name to one Housing Option Waitlist in eLiving once they are available. Adding your name to a Waitlist does not guarantee that you’ll be reassigned to that housing option. Waitlists may not be available for all housing options.

What is a Waitlist?

There are two types of Waitlists:

  • On-Campus Housing Waitlist is for students who did not participate in the Request Process and want to live on campus
  • Housing Option Waitlists display after a student accepts a HFS Contract and is interested in another housing option (such as a Living Learning Community, single room, etc.)

When a student logs on to eLiving and chooses Waitlist from the Contracts menu, they will see the appropriate Waitlists based on their campus and contract status.

Students who have an accepted HFS Contract are eligible to enter only one Housing Option Waitlist. As staff processes cancellations and vacancies occur, students will be removed from the Waitlist into specific housing options based on their specific waitlist. 

For example: A student has accepted a double room, traditional residence hall HFS Contract. They are interested in a suite, so they add their request for Nittany Hall Suites Waitlist. When a suite opening becomes available, staff will move students from the waitlist to a suite option. If online room selection is available, the student will be able to choose a suite instead of a traditional residence hall.

Students can remove their name from a Waitlist at any time by going back into the Waitlist and selecting 'remove' from the Waitlist they previously selected.



Do upperclass students also live on campus?

Yes! All residential campuses welcome students to live on campus beyond their first year. Many students find the greatest convenience is saving time – to and from classes, activities, events, clubs/organizations, recreation and study, meetings, common and green spaces, dining, bookstore, project collaboration, faculty offices, and so much more! We do have space for you to #LiveOn. There are also many Living Learning Communities (LLCs) created especially for you!

In order to #LiveOn students will need to Request Housing during the housing process timeline. 

How do I use my id+ Card to access my room?

At some locations and buildings, students are not assigned keys and will access their room, suite, or apartment with only their id+ Card or mobile credential. Simply hold your card or mobile device on the reader to gain entry to the room. The first time you enter the space or if your credential has been updated or changed, you may have to present your credential once to be denied, wait 30 seconds for the reader to download the new information, and then present your credential a second time to unlock the door.

Contact your HFS Office if you have any trouble accessing your space.

Where can I pick up my mail and packages?

Mailboxes are located outside near Nittany II; residents may also receive package deliveries via USPS to a parcel locker near the mailboxes.

When you receive a non-USPS package and it's ready for pick-up at the HFS Office in Nittany V, you'll receive an email from eLiving saying that a package is waiting for you. Please wait until you receive this email before trying to pick up a package; additional processing time is required once packages are dropped off from the shipper.

Non-USPS packages can be picked up at the office between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please be prepared to show your id+ Card or mobile credential to pick up your package.


Request Process

When can I request housing?

For the academic year, students can Request Housing beginning mid-October through the end of January. The Request Period will be extended if upperclass space is still available.