As the oldest dorm on campus, Shupe Hall is a place rich with history. As a resident of Shupe, you’re not only part of a legacy, you’re part of a family. The community in Shupe is like no other, and the hallway conversations, Shupe Group Bible Studies, and open-door culture all make for a significant freshman experience. Spend an evening going to Shupe Dinner with fantastic Resident Advisors and hall mates. Or take advantage of the Brother-Sister Floor Events with Oakwood-Slater Hall. There’s so much to do and experience in Shupe, and while you’re here, we want you to feel right at home.
Experience open doors, familiar faces, and a culture that invites you into the fold. When you first enter Tuckey Hall, you see long hallways and simple rooms. When you live in Tuckey, you experience open doors, familiar faces, and a culture that invites you into the fold. You can look forward to the unique experience of living connected to the adjoining male dorm, Manges, and get excited about lots of collaborative events. Whether you’re grabbing a sandwich with friends at The Acorn or you’re playing volleyball in the Great Room, Tuckey is a great place for community. (Tuckey is housed in the Sailor Residential Facility.)
Egle and Lambert Halls
Living in the apartments of Founder's Village allows for a unique experience on campus. The women of Egle and Lambert halls live in a community of fours: four in each apartment and four apartments on each floor. In these floor and dorm communities, there is a variety of age groups living here, giving you a chance to meet lots of new people. As a resident of Founder's Village, you can take advantage of the kitchens in each room and share meals with your roommates or friends across the hall. The small pockets of community, the shared gathering spaces, and the unique people make Founder's Village an exciting place to live.
Bridges Hall is home to 97 women. When it was constructed in 2008, it was nicknamed “The Lodge” before its official title came about in 2014. The dorm boasts three floors of spacious four-person apartments. There is a large lobby on the first floor, as well as two comfortable lounges on the second and third floors that have large flat screen TVs. Each floor has a study room, washer and dryer, and a kitchen. The lobby is a great place to relax by the fireplace, play lobby hockey, put together some DIY projects, cook with friends or study with a group. Overall, Bridges Hall is well known as a beautiful, comfortable and inviting place to live on campus.