Relax at Trever Hall! Find students gathered in front of the fireplace in its main lounge for a study session or just hanging out. 

Overlooking the Fox River, residents can stroll down along the riverside using the Riverwalk Trail. Built in 1963, Trever is home to 174 Lawrentians. The hall is named in honor of Albert Augustus Trever, a history professor at Lawrence from 1905-1940. 

Residence Details 

  • Houses First-Year students

  • Large single and double occupancy rooms 

  • Wide windows 

  • Rooms include an XL twin bed, desk, chair, and dresser with overhead shelving for each resident 

  • Community style bathrooms 


  • Main lounge with a fireplace, foosball and table tennis 

  • Laundry room 

  • Kitchen with fridge, microwave, and full-range stove 

  • Computer lab  

Virtual Tour

A Look Inside Trever Hall

Take a look inside Trever Hall's common areas as well as single and double rooms.