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JMU Residence Halls

Take a Virtual Tour of Every Residence Hall on Campus!

Download the JMU Res Life app today from the App Store for Apple products or Google Play for Android products. Virtual tours of all residence halls include a 3D interactive tour of the space, information about the residence hall, a layout diagram of the room, and basic furniture dimensions. The app also includes a map feature that allows users to locate all residence halls and significant campus landmarks.

To view the web version of our app, select the hall you are interested in from the list below and click "Take a virtual tour of this hall," then use your computer's mouse and keyboard arrows to navigate each room.

Residence Hall Descriptions

Bluestone Area

Ashby Hall

Ashby Hall

Ashby Hall reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the main corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Ashby Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, large carpeted study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Ashby Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned 
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 14' x 10'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Ashby Hall construction was completed in 1911. This residence hall was named for Confederate General Turner Ashby who was killed less than two miles east of JMU's campus. It was renovated in 2000.

Converse Hall

Converse Hall

Converse reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the main corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Converse Hall also has a kitchen with a microwave oven, vending services, carpeted study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Converse Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled or hardwood floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 10'3" x 16'8"
  • Windows Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Converse Hall opened in 1935. It was originally known as the Senior Hall and was later renamed to honor former registrar, professor and math department chair, Henry A. Converse. The building was renovated in 2001.

Gifford Hall

Gifford Hall

Gifford Hall reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two or three students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Gifford Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the 1st floor lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Gifford Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Gifford Double

  • Rooms: 211, 217, 311, 317 are 10'10" x 18'6"
  • All Other Double Rooms: 11'9" x 16'7"
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

Typical Gifford Triple

  • Rooms: 213, 215, 313, 315 are 13'10" x 18'7"
  • All Other Triple Rooms: 12'3" x 23'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Gifford Hall, named in honor of professor Henry A. Gifford, was opened in 1935, and was renovated in 2002.

Hoffman Hall

Hoffman Hall

Hoffman Hall reflects a traditional design of hallways with rooms on either side of the corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Hoffman Hall also has a kitchen facility with a microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Hoffman Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wireless)
  • Bamboo wood floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 12'5" x 11'6
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Hoffman Hall was completed in 1964 and renovated in 2008. It was named in honor of Margaret Vance Hoffman, a member of the English department faculty for 43 years.

Logan Hall

Logan Hall

Logan reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the main corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Logan Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Logan Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • In room sink
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled or hardwood floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'6" x 13'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Logan Hall was completed in 1951 and named after Conrad T. Logan, former head of the English department. The building was renovated in 2004.

Spotswood Hall

Spotswood Hall

Spotswood Hall reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the main corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Students sharing the bath are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Spotswood Hall has a kitchen with a microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Spotswood Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 12'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Spotswood Hall, completed in 1917, was named in honor of Alexander Spotswood, an English Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in the early 1700s.

Wampler Hall

Wampler Hall

Wampler Hall reflects a traditional design of long open hallways with rooms on either side of the main corridor. There are some permanent triple rooms in Wampler Hall. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.

Wampler Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Wampler Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Wampler Double

  • Room Size: 15'9" x 11'6"
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

Typical Wampler Triple

  • Room Size: 16'9" x 12'6"'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Wampler Hall was completed in 1994. This hall was named for Charles W. Wampler Jr., former rector of the JMU Board of Visitors.

Wayland Hall

Picture of Wayland Hall

Wayland Hall is home to a new living learning community devoted to the College of Visual and Performing Arts. The hall will embody an ethic of environmental responsibility while creating a healthy home for students to pursue excellence in their fields.

The renovated building includes a gallery, music practice rooms, an art studio and a performance and exhibition room. All aspects of the program, including an ambitious reconfiguration of the bedroom spaces, are designed to encourage interaction, foster collaboration and create ample opportunity for exposure to the discipline and joy of the arts.

Wayland Hall will be used for summer housing for students enrolled in summer classes.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Wayland Hall has:

  • Two 5 ft. adjustable junior loft single beds with innerspring mattresses
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two closets
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wireless)
  • Community hall style bath
  • This building is air-conditioned
  • Vinyl floor coverings
 

History

Wayland Hall was completed in 1958. It was named after John W. Wayland, a member of the first faculty and former department head in history and social science. In 2011 Wayland Hall became the first renovated residence hall in the country to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design platinum award.

Hillside Area

Bell Hall

Bell Hall

Bell reflects a corridor design with double occupancy rooms and community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

Bell Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, carpeted study lounge, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the TV lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Bell Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting 
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Bell Hall was constructed in 1982 and was named for Francis Bell Jr., former rector of the JMU Board of Visitors.

Hillside Hall

Hillside Hall

Hillside reflects a corridor design with community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

Hillside Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the TV lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Hillside Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Type: Double
  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Hillside Hall was completed in 1987 and is named for its location on Hillside field.

McGraw-Long Hall

McGraw-Long Hall

McGraw-Long reflects a corridor design with community baths located on each floor. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

McGraw-Long Hall also has a kitchen facility with microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless Internet access is available near the TV lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in McGraw-Long Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Room

  • Room Size: 11'6" x 15'4"
  • Window Size:6'1" x 4'1"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

McGraw-Long, completed in 1984, was named for Walter J. McGraw, former rector of the Board of Visitors, and Nellie L. Long, an alumna and former member of the Board of Visitors.

Lake Area

Chandler Hall

Chandler Hall

Chandler rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. A limited number of single rooms are also available in Chandler Hall for upperclass students. There are also limited single and double rooms with private bathrooms, which are cleaned by the residents. Chandler also houses Mrs. Greens, Lakeside Express and a computer lab.

Chandler has kitchens with microwaves, study lounge, TV lounge, elevator, student storage and laundry facilities on each floor. Wireless Internet access is available near the study lounge on the first floor.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Chandler Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'8" x 15'5"
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Chandler Hall is named for Wallace L. Chandler of Richmond, a former rector for the JMU Board of Visitors.

Eagle Hall

Eagle Hall

Each floor in Eagle Hall is comprised of three wings with seven double rooms and one wing with six double rooms. Two wings of residents share a bath. Each bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

A small kitchen with a microwave is located on each floor and a large fully equipped kitchen is available on the ground floor. A large study lounge is located in the basement. A large TV lounge is on the first floor. The laundry facilities provide 14 washers and 16 dryers. A small number of Eagle rooms are designed for single occupancy. Eagle Hall is equipped with two elevators. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Eagle Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

  • Room Size: Double Rooms: 236, 336, 436, 536, 636, 736, & 836 are 13'4" x 11'3"
  • Room Size: All Other Doubles: 15'5" x 9'3"
  • Room Size: Singles: 9'6" x 9'6"
  • Window Size: 4' x 5'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Eagle Hall was completed in 1970; it was named after Alfred Eagle, former director of guidance, counseling and placement and professor of education.

Shorts Hall

Shorts Hall

Shorts Hall is comprised of suites of six double rooms that share a common lounge. The two suites share a bath, which is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis.

Shorts has laundry facilities, a study lounge, elevators and a TV lounge with vending services. Wireless Internet access is available near the study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Shorts Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'5"
  • Window Size:4' x 5'9"
  • Ceiling Height: 8'3"
 

History

Shorts Hall, completed in 1968, was named in honor of Clyde P. Shorts, a former professor of education.

Skyline Area

Chesapeake Hall

Chesapeake Hall

Chesapeake Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Most rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. There are several suites of rooms with two students per room sharing a bath with another double room. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility. Wireless Internet access is available near the Pavilion room.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Chesapeake Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Chesapeake Double with Suite Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 12'
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

Typical Chesapeake Double with Hall Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Chesapeake Hall was built in 1999 and was named after the Chesapeake Bay.

Potomac Hall

Potomac Hall

Potomac Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Most rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. There are several suites of rooms with two students per room sharing a bath with another double room. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility. Wireless Internet access is available near the Pavilion room.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Potomac Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Potomac Double with Suite Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 12'
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

Typical Potomac Double with Hall Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size:4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Potomac Hall was completed in 2009 and was named after the Potomac River.

Rockingham Hall

Rockingham Hall

Located on Port Republic Road just over I-81, Rockingham Hall is comprised of double rooms that are approximately 30% larger than other residence halls rooms on campus. All Rockingham rooms have private baths; residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom. Rockingham Hall also has laundry facilities, study lounges, TV lounges, a vending area, kitchen with microwave oven, sand volleyball court, and microwave ovens are permitted (one per room). Wireless Internet access is available near the D first floor lounge.

Visit the Parking Services website for more information about parking permits. Convenient bus service is also available to and from Rockingham Hall to all on-campus and many off-campus locations.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Rockingham Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Internet access (wired)
  • TV cable hookup with ability to purchase premium cable
  • Wall-to-wall carpeting
  • Individual climate control units (AC and heat)
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 13' x 18'
  • Window Size: various
  • Ceiling Height: various
 

History

Rockingham Hall, purchased in 2001, is named for Rockingham County. The hall was renovated during the summer of 2005.

Shenandoah Hall

Shenandoah Hall

Shenandoah Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis. Shenandoah Hall also houses the Honors Living and Learning Center

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Shenandoah Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wireless)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size:4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Shenandoah Hall was completed in 2009 and is named for the Shenandoah Valley.

Tree Houses

Dogwood

Dogwood Hall

Dogwood is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Dogwood are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Dogwood has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Magnolia

Magnolia

Magnolia is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Magnolia are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Magnolia has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Maple

Maple

Maple is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Maple are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Maple has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Oak

Oak

Oak is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Oak are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Oak has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Spruce

Spruce

Spruce is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Spruce are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Spruce has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Willow

Willow

Willow is located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in Willow are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A TV lounge/recreation room, study lounge, and kitchen are located on the ground floor. Basketball courts are located outside. Wireless Internet access is available near the basement study lounge.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Willow has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Sorority Houses

Sorority Houses

Alpha Phi - Alpha Delta Pi - Alpha Sigma Alpha - Alpha Sigma Tau - Delta Delta Delta - Delta Gamma - Kappa Alpha Theta - Phi Mu - Sigma Kappa - Sigma Sigma Sigma - Zeta Tau Alpha

The ten sorority houses are located on the west side of Newman Lake.

Students in sorority houses are assigned to double rooms with a community bath located on each floor. Laundry and vending facilities are provided. A kitchen, chapter room and activity room are located on the ground floor.

A typical room in a sorority house has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Telephone, TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • These buildings are air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11' x 14'
  • Window Size:4'11" x 3'4"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'4"

Village Area

Chappelear Hall

Chappelear Hall

Chappelear Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are three quad rooms which house four students with a private bathroom. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Chappelear has a kitchen, laundry room, a carpeted study lounge, and a carpeted TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Chappelear Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Chappelear Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table, & two chairs
 

Typical Chappelear Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size:3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Chappelear Hall was completed in 1968 and was named for George Chappelear, former head of the Biology department.

Dingledine Hall

Dingledine Hall

Dingledine Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are three quad rooms which house four students with a private bath. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Dingledine has a kitchen, laundry room, a study lounge, and a TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building.

Take a virtual tour of this hall! 

A typical room in Dingledine Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Dingledine Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

Typical Dingledine Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size: 3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Dingledine Hall, completed in 1969, was named in honor of Agnes S. Dingledine, former executive secretary of the Alumni Association.

Frederikson Hall

Frederikson Hall

Frederikson Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are two quads which house four students with a private bath. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Judicial Affairs is located on the first floor of C-section of the building.

Frederikson has a kitchen, laundry room, a study lounge, and a TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Frederikson Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Frederikson Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

Typical Frederikson Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size: 3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Frederikson Hall, completed in 1967, was named after Dr. Otto F. Frederikson, former professor of history.

Garber Hall

Garber Hall

Garber Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are three quads which house four students with a private bath. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Garber has a kitchen, laundry room, study lounge, and a TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Garber Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Garber Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

Typical Garber Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size: 3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Garber Hall, completed in 1969, was named in honor of Dorothy Garber, former dean of women.

Hanson Hall

Hanson Hall

Hanson Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are three quad rooms which house four students with a private bath. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Hanson has a kitchen, laundry room, a study lounge, and a TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Hanson Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Hanson Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

Typical Hanson Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size: 3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Hanson Hall, completed in 1968, was named for Raus Hanson, a former professor of Geography.

Huffman Hall

Huffman Hall

Huffman Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. The Office of Residence Life is located on the first floor of the building.

Huffman Hall has a kitchen, laundry room, a study lounge, and a TV lounge with a vending area, a microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Huffman Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Huffman Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:4'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

History

Huffman Hall, completed in 1966, was named after Dr. Charles H. Huffman, former professor of English.

Ikenberry Hall

Ikenberry Hall

Ikenberry Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Ikenberry has a kitchen, laundry room, study lounge, and TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Ikenberry Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Ikenberry Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size: 4'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

History

Ikenberry Hall, completed in 1972, was named after Dr. J. Emmert Ikenberry, former Vice President for Academic Affairs, dean and mathematics department head.

Weaver Hall

Weaver Hall

Weaver Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. There are three quad rooms which house four students with a private bath. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Weaver has a kitchen, laundry room, study lounge, and TV lounge with a vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building. 

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Weaver Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Typical Weaver Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

Typical Weaver Quad

  • Room Size: 23'5"x 14'7"
  • Window Size: 3'11"x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
 

History

Weaver Hall, completed in 1971, is named for Russell Weaver, former Rector.

White Hall

White Hall

White Hall is arranged in suites of three bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

White has a kitchen, laundry room, study lounge, and TV lounge with vending area, microwave oven, and recreational equipment for use by residents. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in White Hall has:

  • Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Tiled floors
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

Typical White Suite

  • Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Suite Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
  • Suite Furniture: small sofa, end table and two chairs
 

History

White Hall, completed in 1973, was named for Helen Mugler White, former Vice-Rector.

Coming Soon

Apartments on Grace Street

Apartments on Grace Street

Located on Grace Street, this new apartment style building will have single and double bedroom units with full kitchens and bathrooms.  Fully equipped with wi-fi, cable tv, all utilities, as well as a variety of study spaces and recreational areas, the new apartments will be a great option for students who want to experience apartment living without moving off-campus! 

These new apartments are scheduled to open Fall 2015, and will be available to upperclassmen who have signed housing contracts for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Take a virtual tour!

A typical room has:

  • Two extra-long twin beds with innerspring mattresses, all are adjustable and bunkable
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two free standing wardrobes
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Roller shades
  • TV cable hookup and Internet access (wired)
  • Carpeted floors
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Room Specs

Room Size: 

  • Double bedrooms are approximately 180 square feet
  • Single bedrooms are approximately 110 square feet
  • All living rooms range between 120-140 square feet