Peabody Hall is substance free and offers community lounges on each floor, and a large community space on the ground floor including a laundry area, mailboxes, a pool table, vending, and a kitchenette as well as an additional television and lounge area.
Peabody Hall is staffed by a full-time resident director with a master's degree, an assistant resident director, ten resident assistants, and three academic mentors. A 24-hour security/information desk is located at the entrance to the hall.
Living Learning Communities
First Year Reading Experience
The First-Year Reading Experience (FYRE) at Salem State University connects new students to the university community through a shared reading experience, welcoming them to a culture that values the thoughtful discussion of ideas. On opening day, first-year students meet with faculty, librarians, administrators, staff, and alumni for a conversation about a selected book. Many professors will also incorporate the book and it's themes into first year courses and events throughout the academic year.
The Psychology Living Learning Community is for psychology majors who are interested in become more engaged with their majors and fellow classmates.
When addressing mail to this building, please use the following layout:
Hall/Student Box #
1 Loring Avenue
Salem State University
Salem, MA 01970