Some large and some small, each hall has an individual architectural style and interior décor, and each year, develops a personality unique to its inhabitants.
A few of our residence halls are homes to themed communities. Others are set aside for upperclassman or first and second year students such as our Themed Communities, where first-years live together based upon similar academic, social and personal interests.
Each hall contains common lounge areas, with cable television, fireplaces, internet access, and basic cooking facilities. Additionally, each residence hall is conveniently located close to campus resources such as the Counseling Center, Graham Athletics Center, and Wardman Library.
Residence halls are staffed by full-time Area Directors (ADs) and undergraduate Resident Advisors (RAs), who provide students with continuous support, assistance, and program opportunities for learning and development.
Stauffer houses approximately 210 first-year students in the First-Generation and Leadership Development theme communities.
Harris is home to 150 students and offers students panoramic views of Greater Los Angeles. Harris Hall is air conditioned, has a kitchen, and hosts Gender Inclusive Housing, Pet Friendly, and 24-Hour Quiet theme communities.
With a mid-century design and central location, Ball Hall is a co-educational hall that houses 90 students.
Built in 1929, Campbell Hall serves as the home for 24 Kaplan International students.
Johnson is the closest hall to Wardman Library, other academic buildings, and is directly attached to Dezember Alumni House. Johnson houses approximately 90 students in triple occupancy rooms.
The most modern residence hall at Whittier, Turner is located atop the upper campus and offers students access to panoramic views of Greater Los Angeles. Turner Hall houses approximately 180 returning students.
Close to the Graham Athletics Center and Hartley House, Wanberg houses 90 students and is co-educational by floor.