Lazier Hall has 10 singles, 21 doubles and 1 triple. It houses 53 students. All Lazier Hall rooms are equipped with wooden bed frames and all beds can be lofted. Students interested in lofting their beds must rent east campus lofts through Bedloft.com.
Lazier Hall has three lounges on its four floors. The first floor has a social lounge off the entryway; the second, third and fourth floors have smaller lounges.
Lazier has three kitchens. Floors 2, 3, and 4 have kitchenettes with microwaves.
Residents of Lazier can access the trunk room in the basement of Kershaw for storage.
Lazier Hall hosts a laundry facility in its basement, which has several washers and dryers that can be operated using campus cash from a student's P-Card.
Lazier's recycling room is located on the first floor.
Rathje Hall, located near Lazier Hall, has a computer lab with printing facilities.
The southernmost of the East Campus residence halls, Lazier Hall honors the late William C. Lazier '53 and Dorothy Lazier for their generous support of the College. William C. Lazier served two terms as chair of the board of trustees. Lazier Hall's distinctive curved roof softens the profile of one of the tallest building on campus. Constructed of white Iowa limestone, Lazier Hall is connected to the other East Campus residence halls by a roofed loggia. Large windows in the first floor lounge give the space an open, accessible feel. Like all East Campus residence halls, Lazier offers air conditioning and elevators. The East Campus residence halls were designed by William Rawn Associates to complement, but not duplicate, the dormitories President Main built more than 90 years ago.