Navajo-Pinal Hall houses 152 residents on four floors. It was originally constructed in 1929 and the student rooms were renovated in 2011. Common areas and hallways were refurbished in 1991. Located on the south end of the stadium, the four floors of Navajo-Pinal truly are a unique living experience. With windows overlooking 6th street, rooms are spacious and irregularly shaped due to the curvature of the football stadium. There is ample study space on each floor. A large social room with Ping Pong and pool tables, kitchen, eating/study area, and TV area is located on the third floor. All rooms in Navajo-Pinal are double occupancy and single-gender by wing, with the exception of one male floor. Residents of Navajo-Pinal have stated that the noise level in the hall during football games is minimal.