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Andrews Hall

Andrews Hall is a nine-story building with laundry facilities on each floor. It is one of four residence halls that comprise the South Quad - which collectively house a large and diverse number of students. For more information on Andrews Hall click here

Carman Hall

Carman Hall is located in the southeast corner of campus, and has two adjoining towers. Carman will be closed for assessment beginning Summer 2013.  For more information on Carman Hall click here

Douglas Hall

Douglas Hall is a four-story building sharing common facilities, including a front desk, with Stevenson and Lincoln Halls. Additionally, it’s one of only four halls that provides break housing. For more information on Douglas Hall click here

Ford Hall

Ford Hall central to campus, it is one three smaller communities collectively known as the Triad.  This two-story building has co-ed floors, with single-gender rooms. For more information on Ford Hall click here

Lawson Hall

Lawson Hall a co-ed by floor nine-story building with laundry facilities on each floor. It is one of four residence halls that comprise the South Quad - which collectively house a large and diverse number of students. For more information on Lawson Hall click here

Lincoln Hall

Lincoln Hall is a four-story building sharing common facilities, including a front desk, with Stevenson and Douglas Halls. Additionally, it’s one of only four halls that provides break housing. For more information on Lincoln Hall click here

McKinney Hall

McKinney Hall central to campus, it is one three smaller communities collectively known as the Triad. This two-story building has co-ed floors, with single-gender rooms. For more information on McKinney Hall click here

Pemberton Hall

Pemberton Hall was completed in 1909. It was named in honor of State Senator Stanton C. Pemberton, who was influential in getting the appropriation approved for the building of the residence hall. Pemberton Hall is the oldest women's residence hall in the state of Illinois and is a historical landmark. It’s one of two options for female honors students. For more information on Pemberton Hall click here

Stevenson Hall

Stevenson Hall is a ten-story co-ed facility consisting of two and three-bedroom suites with a semi-private bathroom and living room. For students with 60 completed credit hours or 21 years of age. Male and female residents, while separated by suite, share the same floor space.  Additionally, it’s one of only four halls that provides break housing.  For more information on Stevenson Hall click here

Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall, a five-story facility that houses women and men on separate floors, is one of four residence halls that comprise the South Quad. For more information on Taylor Hall click here

Thomas Hall

Thomas Hall is a two-tower four-story facility that houses men and women on separate floors. It has a South Quad location and relaxed atmosphere.  Additionally, it’s one of only four halls that provides break housing.  For more information on Thomas Hall click here

Weller Hall

Weller Hall central to campus, it is one three smaller communities collectively known as the Triad. These two-story buildings are co-ed by wing and are next to the Library, University Union, and a computer lab. For more information on Weller Hall click here