Cramer Hall was built in 1968 and was named after William Cramer, who taught botany and biology at Ferris. William Cramer was known to spend hours searching the woods for specimens and maintained a greenhouse in the Old Main building. Cramer is the tallest hall on campus. Different from other halls, Cramer features suite style rooms with a shared living space between the rooms. The hall is populated with first year through senior year students. Residents have can choose a two or four person suite.
11 floors: first through eleventh
Laundry on second, third, and eighth floors
Kitchenette located on first floor
24/7 customer service front desk
Office of Housing and Residence Life is located on the first floor
Lobby with 2 TVs
Bubble Hockey table
Fitness room on fifth floor
Study rooms on fourth, sixth, seventh, ninth, tenth, and eleventh floors
Building wide WIFI
In-room Ethernet connection
Courtesy phones in hallways
Desk Service Assistants: Student employees that work the 24/7 front desk.
Resident Advisors: Cramer has 6 RAs. RAs are student employees that are community leaders and meant to aid students living on campus. Each RA has designated residents assigned to them, primarily based on floor location.
Senior Staff Advisor: The senior staff advisor is a student staff member that manages operations of the front desk and various RA tasks.
Hall Director: The Hall Director is the professional staff member in charge of day-to-day supervision
and overall management of the staff and building.
Meet the Cramer Hall Director
Each suite has their own bathroom
60" x 51" Windows
Triple Suites are furnished with: 3 Beds, 3 Desks, 3 Desk Chairs, 2 Dressers, and 4 Wardrobes
Double Suites are furnished with: 2 Beds, 2 Desks, 2 Desk Chairs, 2 Dressers, and 2 Wardrobes
Location on Campus
Cramer Hall is located on West Campus near these academic programs: Optometry, Allied Health, Pharmacy, Hospitality, and Education.