Wehrle Hall

  • Residence Overview

    Wehrle Hall is a traditional style residence hall consisting of three “T” shaped floors. The building is co-ed with each floor being divided into male or female. Each floor is accessed through use of card-swipe in which only the members of those floors have access. There is a live-in staff member from the Office of Student Living as well as a Resident Campus Minister.

    Building Address

    211 West 6th (West 6th and Sassafras Streets)

    Building Capacity

    202 Students

    Features

    Primarily each room is configured for two people however there are some three and four person rooms. Each room is complimented with a bed, desk with chair, dresser, and wardrobe for each person as well as a University provided micro-fridge to be shared by both students. All rooms come with air conditioning. 

    Wehrle Hall has a lounge on each floor for student study and recreation. The main lobby area consists of a large screen TV, a billiards table, and different types of vending machines. There is lots of comfortable seating and tables for student gatherings. Each floor also has two lounges; one which is primarily set for a quiet study environment with tables, chairs, and sofas while the other is a social lounge with a television.