Women’s Residence Hall
Experience open doors, familiar faces, and a culture that invites you into the fold. When you first enter Tuckey Hall, you see long hallways and simple rooms. When you live in Tuckey, you experience open doors, familiar faces, and a culture that invites you into the fold. You can look forward to the unique experience of living connected to the adjoining male dorm, Manges, and get excited about lots of collaborative events. Whether you’re hanging out with friends at The Acorn or playing volleyball in the Great Room, Tuckey is a great place for community. Tuckey is housed in the Sailor Residential Facility.
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