Nestled on the edge of campus along Ruggles Avenue, distinctive Wallace Hall houses sophomore students. Wallace is co-ed, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the residence, and is home to many sophomores 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 features unique bedrooms that offer residents their own sense of space.

Residents say that Wallace’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.

Fun fact:

Wallace Hall's historic features include massive arched entryways that were designed for horse-drawn rigs.

Details

Residence type: Sophomore 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.

Features

Co-ed by room

Common room and kitchen

Laundry

Wi-Fi

Cable

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