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. Residents are responsible for cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderbock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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
 

History

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

Please note that rooms seen in these 360 views do not represent all available spaces on campus. Rooms within the building can vary in size and set-up. Room dimensions are not available for individual rooms. You can find information about furniture included in each room in our Room Contents Key.


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. Residents are responsible for cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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
  

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. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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
 

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. Residents are responsible for cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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
 

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. Residents are responsible for cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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

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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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 cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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. Residents are responsible for cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
    • #100 rooms: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • #100 rooms in A, B and C section have one drywall - push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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
 

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 cleaning 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 XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in wardrobes with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mirror
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building does not have air conditioning in the resident rooms. However, air conditioning can be enjoyed by all in the main TV lounge. The heat will be turned on once a year during the fall semester. The decision is based on the weather forecast of consistently cold temperatures over a period of 7-10 days. You may open and close vents on the heaters in your rooms to adjust the heat to your preference.
  • Ways to Beat the Heat!
 

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.

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