Wanberg Hall

Close to the Athletic Center and the Hartley Faculty Master House, Wanberg Hall houses 90 students and is co-educational by floor.

Wanberg Hall double rooms are 15' x 14'. The lounge includes a fireplace and cable television. Computers and a study lounge are available for student use. Recent renovations include restroom upgrades and superficial improvements. Eco-friendly elements include water-saving toilets, low-flow shower heads, energy-saving light bulbs, and each hall has its own recycling bins. A professional staff member lives in Wanberg Hall on the first floor.

History

Named after a prominent local dentist, the Dr. George Wanberg resident 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.

Wanberg Single

Wanberg Double