Originally opened in 1967, Lucille Clement Hall underwent the first phase of a three phase renovation over the summer of 2008. This five story structure houses 464 residents in traditional hall bath, double occupancy rooms. The building features two large common lounges as well as the Joan Dressel Resource Study Room. A special section of Lucille Clement houses ETSU sorority housing, and provides meeting suites for each sorority on campus. It also has reserved rooms for the Pre-Health Living and Learning Community. Co-ed by floor.
Opened in 1967 (renovated in 2010)
Houses 464 students including the Sorority Living-Learning Community and Pre-Health Living-Learning Community