Campus Residence Halls

Two types of on-campus residence hall accommodations will be available during Alumni Weekend: traditional rooms and a limited number of air-conditioned rooms.

Room Set-up: Rooms are single or double occupancy with single beds. Air-conditioned doubles are suite-style with two adjoining single bedrooms and a private bathroom. Air-conditioned singles and all traditional rooms share hall bathrooms.

Air-conditioned Residence Hall (Nathan Hall): Nathan Hall is at the edge of campus and is approximately a 5-10 minute walk from the center of campus. The building and parking lot are handicap accessible; however, the path from the hall to the lot is on an incline. If you have mobility-related concerns or questions, please contact Chris Gibboney in the Alumni Relations Office at or 814-641-3441.

Linens: All rooms are furnished with extra-long twin beds. You may purchase a packet of rental linens or bring your own. The rental linen package includes basic sheets, blanket, pillow, bath towel, and washcloth. If providing your own linens, twin extra-long or full sheets will fit the bed. Don’t forget to pack your pillow along with your bed linens and bath towels. Some guests may be more comfortable with a cushioned or inflatable sleeping mat on top of the mattress.

Temperature Control: Please note that the air-conditioned rooms do not have individually-controlled thermostats, so you may want to bring an extra blanket. For the non-air-conditioned rooms, we recommend bringing a fan.

Breakfast: The buffet breakfast at Baker Refectory is not included with on-campus housing. You may purchase breakfast tickets through online registration or at the Registration desk.

             Air-Conditioned Room: Single - $45/night; Double - $90/night
             Traditional Room: Single - $40/night; Double - $60/night
             Linen Rental: $20 per package

Hotel Information

There are so many options when choosing where to rest your head at night. You can stay in a hotel or motel close to town, in a cozy vacation home nestled in the nearby countryside, or in a lodge or campsite overlooking the lake.

See the lodging list below for local hotels including ones with special room blocks and rates or operated by Juniata alumni.

Huntingdon Area:

Altoona Area

State College

Lewistown Area

*Pet-friendly - Please contact the hotel directly for specific information.

Additional Resources

  • As a tourist destination, the Raystown Lake Region boasts many bed and breakfasts, cottages, and vacation homes. Visit or call the Huntingdon County Visitors’ Bureau at 1-888-RAYSTOWN.
  • Vacation Rentals By Owner (VRBO) is an independent online vacation rental marketplace that advertises many local accommodations. Search on Raystown Lake to find the most options.

  • Check out additional bed and breakfast resources:,, and TripAdvisor. Choose Huntingdon or Spruce Creek for options close to Juniata.