Cheyney University Opens New Residence for Honors Program Scholars

cheyneyCheyney University of Pennsylvania recently reopened Humphreys Hall, the oldest academic building on campus. The building which originally was constructed more than a century ago has stood vacant for the past decade. Named after the university’s founder, Richard Humphreys, the newly renovated structure will serve as a residence hall for a cohort of honors students called Humphreys Scholars.

The refurbished Humphreys Hall includes single rooms for each of the 12 scholars, a lounge, kitchen, laundry room, and study rooms. There will also be a furnished apartment for visiting scholars and other guests to use.

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