Drinker House

64 Quad Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015
United States

Drinker House is a residence hall for first and second-year students. Located at the south end of Taylor Street, the stone building honors the memory of Henry S. Drinker, Class of 1871 and University president from 1905 to 1920.

This four-story residence hall houses 131 first and second-year students. Most of the rooms are doubles and singles with a few triples. All the rooms have movable furniture, including a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet for each occupant.

Residents of Drinker have access to a TV lounge, study lounge, kitchen, vending machines and laundry facility on the first floor.

Building Details

  • Co-ed building
  • Single-gender floors
  • Named after LU President, Henry Sturgis Drinker
  • An underground stream runs between Dravo and Drinker

Building Floor Plans

Room Furnishings

  • Bed
  • Desk with bookshelf and desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet

Building Amenities

  • wireless internet access
  • laundry facilities
  • kitchen
  • vending machines
  • study lounge
  • tv lounges
Exterior of Drinker House
Drinker House interior 1
Drinker House interior 2