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Chappelear Hall

Chappelear Hall was completed in 1968 and was named for George Chappelear, former head of the Biology department. Chappelear is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms with a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms, (common area serving maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning, along with all TV lounges.

Chappelear Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Dingledine Hall

Dingledine Hall, completed in 1969, was named in honor of Agnes S. Dingledine, former executive secretary of the Alumni Association. Dingledine is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms with a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked 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 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Dingledine Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size: 3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Frederikson Hall

Frederikson Hall, completed in 1967, was named after Dr. Otto F. Frederikson, former professor of history. Frederikson is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms with a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked 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 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Frederikson Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Garber Hall

Garber Hall, completed in 1969, was named in honor of Dorothy Garber, former dean of women. Garber is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Garber Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Garber Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Hanson Hall

Hanson Hall, completed in 1968, was named for Raus Hanson, a former professor of Geography. Hanson is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Hanson Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Hanson Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Huffman Hall

Welcome to Residence Life! You can find us on the first floor of Huffman Hall!

Huffman Hall, completed in 1966, was named after Dr. Charles H. Huffman, former professor of English. Huffman is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Huffman Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Huffman Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Ikenberry Hall

Ikenberry Hall, completed in 1972, was named after Dr. J. Emmert Ikenberry, former Vice President for Academic Affairs, dean, and mathematics department head. Ikenberry is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Ikenberry Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Ikenberry Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
Weaver Hall

Weaver Hall, completed in 1971, is named for Russell Weaver, the former Rector. Weaver is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms that share a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. Weaver Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

Weaver Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
    • Room #100 in all sections has one Drywall (push pins or thumb tacks recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"
White Hall

White Hall, completed in 1973, was named for Helen Mugler White, the former Vice-Rector. White is arranged in suites of 3 double bedrooms with a common lounge. Two suites share a community bath, which is cleaned and stocked on a regular basis by housekeeping staff. Residents are responsible for cleaning bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway. White Hall 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. Starting in Fall 2020, all of the suite living rooms (common area serving a maximum of 6 people) have air conditioning and all TV lounges.

White Hall Floor Plans

  • Room Contents Key
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Cinderblock walls (white poster putty or command strips recommended)
  • This building is not air-conditioned. More info can be found here.
  • There is a/c in the common areas and suites.
  • Typical Double Room Size: 9'4" x 14'
  • Typical Common Area Size: 14'6" x 10'10"
  • Window Size:3'11" x 5'5"
  • Ceiling Height: 7'11"

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