Close to the Graham Athletics Center and the Hartley Faculty-in-Residence House, Wanberg Hall houses 90 students and is co-educational by floor.
Wanberg Hall double rooms are 15' x 14'. The lounge includes amenities such as cable television, an air hockey table, and shared kitchen. A study lounge is available for student use on the second floor. Recent renovations include restroom upgrades and aesthetic improvements. Eco-friendly elements include water-saving toilets, low-flow shower heads, energy-saving light bulbs, and recycling bins. A professional staff member lives on the first floor of Wanberg Hall.
Named after a prominent local dentist, the Dr. George Wanberg residence hall for men opened in 1949. It was the first to have a television set on campus. Most of the cost of the residence hall was donated by Maye Wanberg, wife of Dr. Wanberg and friend of Bonnie Bell Wardman.