Nestled on the edge of campus along Ruggles Avenue, distinctive Wallace Hall houses upper-level students. Wallace Hall is co-ed, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the residence, and is home to many students in the Pell Honors Program.
Students are housed in a mix of doubles, triples and quads. As the former carriage house and stables for a nearby estate, Wallace Hall features unique bedrooms that offer residents their own sense of space.
Residents say that Wallace Hall’s comfortable, welcoming environment feels more like a home than a residence hall. The common room is a great place to mingle and get some work done, and the adjoining kitchen is available for student use.
Wallace Hall's historic features include massive arched entryways that were designed for horse-drawn rigs.
Residence type: Upper-level housing
Room type(s): Doubles, triples and quads
Room amenities: Desk, dresser and built-in or freestanding closet
Bathrooms: A mix of common, adjoining and private bathrooms
Address: 206 Ruggles Ave.
Co-ed by room
Common room and kitchen
Ask the RA
What is your favorite activity that you have organized?
My favorite activity was baking cookies with my residents while they decorated them. Who doesn’t love a fresh baked cookie for a social event!
Taylor Eaton, nursing major