Lichty Hall is a co-ed, first-year and sophmore residential hall. It was built in 1962 as part of the Fraternity Dormitory Complex, housing members of the Knickerbocker Fraternity. It was renamed in 1975 in honor of Elizabeth Lichty, a former dean of women students and professor of French from 1939–1947.
Each room is furnished with two 80" extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs and two dressers. Beds may be bunked or separated. Windows are furnished with blinds. Internet connections are available. Floors are tiled, and students may bring their own carpet or rugs.
In addition to these rooms, Lichty Hall also offers a computer lab, laundry room and lounges.