Centreville Hall

Exterior of Centreville Hall










Named after the county seat of Queen Anne's County on Maryland's Eastern Shore
Date Opened: 1962
Co-ed hall living -- Traditional bedrooms
524 capacity, 351 rooms
251 women, 273 men

Mailboxes are located in Centreville Hall near the Service Desk.
Small packages and registered mail will be received at the Service Desk in the north lobby.

Rooms 0107 and 0203
4 Washers and 4 Dryers in each room


Bike racks are located on the north/quad-side of Cambridge Hall in two spots, each with five bike loops (space for 10 bikes).

Secure bikes to these racks only. Any bicycles found locked to handicap ramps, outdoor railings, trees, or in stairwells will be removed. Bikes left here over the summer are considered "abandoned" and will be removed from bike racks.


Vending machines are located on the north side of the lobby
Pay phones are also located in the lobby

Pepsi refills 800-626-3935
Pepsi repairs 800-562-6800
Snack machine refills 800-511-5340


Change machine refunds 800-229-7837

Collection points for plastic, glass, metal, aluminum, and newspaper:
Laundry rooms 0107 & 0203, Lobby, Floor Study Lounge,
and Elevator lobbies on floors 2, 4, 6, 8

Your building is equipped with an electronic security system which consists of card readers and prop monitors. Cards readers read the magnetic stripe on your student identification card to grant access to residents, staff, and authorized others. Prop monitors sense whether exterior doors and interior security doors are closed and latched securely, and sound horns to notify residents and staff if they are not. In most cases, closing the door will silence the horn. Some special application locks and horns must be reset by a staff member.

Floor tile: Throughout, nearly all spaces
Pipe Insulation: Some rooms, many but not all pipes
Additional Asbestos Information

Paint: Some exterior; rarely on interior
Solder on Copper Pipes: Copper pipes with lead solder
Additional Lead Information

The heating system is a hot water convector system. Air in the room is drawn into the convector at its front near the floor and passes across the hot water coils to transfer heat into the room. There is a valve on the lower left side of the unit which needs to be turned counterclockwise to allow complete circulation of the hot water.

There are two different heating zones in your hall, with zones on the south and north sides of the building. This means that while the heat is on in your room, it may be off in your friend's room across the hallway. The number one problem encountered during the heating season is when residents block the radiator with a bed or a large piece of furniture. This blocks the air flow to the unit and prevents proper operation. Consider this when you arrange your room.

BUNKING BEDS -- If you would like to bunk your beds, you may do so by borrowing the pins for oak bed ends from your Service Desk.

MICROWAVE OVENS are not allowed in the resident rooms. Some floors own a microwave oven which is secured in the floor lounge; check with your RA.

Building Services Staff Assignments
Jolinda Matthews, x47367, Cambridge Zone Supervisor
Merci Ramos, Assistant Zone Supervisor
Juan Dominguez, Building Chief
Maria Tejada
Maria Choto
Doung Quang
Rubia Martinez
Ruth Gizaw
Ramsarran Bharat, project and relief
vacant, project and relief

Brian Hain, x43486, Urban Biologist

Cambridge Community Maintenance Staff
John Burch, North Campus foreman
John Nguyen, Maintenance
Martin Sakamoto, Maintenance


Employment opportunities are available year-round, including summer full- or part-time positions. Summer jobs have discounted housing.

Call x57440 or come to our Student Employment Office, located in the Leonardtown Office Building, for additional information.