Residence Halls

Student Life has created a welcoming community by creating spaces that become each student's, from first-year students to graduating seniors, home away from home. Living on campus enables students to take an active role in developing a community and feel like they are at the heart of campus life.

Cason Hall 

- Built in 1945
- Returning female student housing
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Home of Chi Omega sorority
- Alcohol-free
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

Clough Hall

- Built in 1995
- Returning female student housing
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Home of Sigma Kappa sorority
- Alcohol-free
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

Gerlach Hall

- Built in 1997
- Returning male student housing
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Home of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

Helsabeck Hall

- Built in 1977
- Returning male student housing
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Home of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

Johnson Hall

- Built in 1912
- Mostly returning and transfer students, two floors of women and one floor of men
- There are two bedrooms and a bathroom in each suite, designed to house four students
- Some doubles and triples joined by common bathroom
- Renovated in 1996
- Houses 96 students
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Lounge spaces and kitchen available for student use
- Snack and soda machines
-Delta Upsilon fraternity lives in a wing of this hall

 

McDonald Hall

- Constructed in 1967
- Suite style, housing 64 students, returning students
- Co-ed
- Rooms are divided into three-bedroom suites, sharing one bathroom and living room
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Snack and soda machines
- Lounge space and kitchen available for student use

Shannon Hall

- Constructed in 1961
- Houses 114 students, with mostly first-year students
- Co-ed house by floor
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- One common bathroom on each floor
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Soda machines
- Lounge space available for student use
- Alcohol-free

Stone Residence Hall

- Built in 1967 and completely renovated in 2013
- Suites have kitchenette and community living room, with three bedrooms per suite.
- Two students per each bedroom and bathroom
- Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity lives in a wing in this hall
-
On-site work-out facility and media-center
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Weekly housekeeping service

Turley Hall 

- Built in 1945
- Returning female student housing
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Home of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

Weldon Hall 

- Built in 1986
- Occupancy 97 students
- Co-ed by wing, returning and transfer students
- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Snack and soda machines
- Lounge space and kitchen available for studetn use

Wood Hall

- Built in 1939
- Co-ed, by floor, with a common bathroom(s) on each floor
- Most rooms designed to house two students (some triples available)
- Houses 95 students, mostly first-year students
- Snack and soda machines
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
- Lounge space and kitchen available for student use
- Alcohol-free

Zenge Hall

- Most rooms designed to house two students
- Returning male student housing
- Home of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity
- Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students