Men’s Residence Hall
In most residential areas, it is rare that students live in the same building all four years of their time at the university. Manges Hall seems to be an exception. Freshmen through seniors live in a close-knit community that offers suite and “super-suite” style rooms. Manges is a space where you can plug in and engage our vibrant community in the many communal spaces offered within its walls. Whether it’s taking a break in the Acorn lobby, joining a group study session in “The Crow’s Nest,” hanging out with the ladies of Tuckey in the Great Room, or making yourself a late-night snack in a shared full-sized kitchen. Manges also offers you a space to dig deeper through all-dorm Bible studies in the Mancave and our annual Dude Week, an electronic-free, event-filled week. In Manges, there is always a spot for you at the table. Whether it’s sharing a meal or playing a board game, everybody is welcome. Manges is housed in the Sailor Residential Facility which neighbors all our athletic fields and is a stone’s throw from our state-of-the-art track facility, The Lehman Family Training Center.
Dorm Set-Up Information
2-Person Room: 11-feet, 6-inches x 20-feet, 4-inches
- Community Kitchen
- ADA Compliant
The walls in Sailor Hall are drywall with metal studs as well as cement blocks. To hang things on the cement walls, you must use special 3-pronged hooks. These may be bought at a hardware store. Otherwise, you must use 3M Command strips.
Residents live in suite-style rooms with a shared bathroom between rooms.
Rooms in Sailor Hall are not carpeted. You can bring your own carpet if you would like; however, it must be removed during the summer. If you bring your own carpet, you also need to bring a vacuum.
Provided in Room
- twin bed
- desk chair