Named in honor of former CSU Board of Trustee Member A. Searle Pinney, this building was completed in 1999. This 425-bed, 182,000-square-foot apartment-style residence hall is typically reserved for upper-class students and accommodates five students per suite. Each unit contains three furnished bedrooms, two bathrooms, a furnished living and dining area, and a full-sized kitchen. Each apartment also has a balcony.
In addition, the building houses two-story floor lounges spaced throughout the building, laundry facilities and conference/meeting rooms that can be reserved for special occasions.