Residence Hall Tours

Residence life is an important part of the student life experience at Anderson University. We’re committed to providing a quality residential experience, driven by relationships, integrity, spiritual growth, and welcoming diversity. Our residence hall staff of professional resident directors (RDs) and student resident assistants (RAs) works hard to create communities in our halls that encourage personal and spiritual growth and a feeling of home.

Residence Halls

Dunn Hall: Men

Completed in 1954 and renovated in 1999, Dunn Hall houses 190 men, approximately 40 percent freshman. Dunn offers air conditioning and accommodates students with physical disabilities. Students have the option of two-person rooms, single rooms, or larger three-to-four person rooms on a space available basis. Returning students are given first choice of the single and three-to-four person rooms. Dunn is in the center of campus near the Olt Student Center.

Features:
  • Room size: 12’x 17′
  • Window: 80″ x 59″
  • Extra-long twin mattresses
  • Furniture is stackable and designed to be lofted or bunked
  • Only love-seat-sized couches will fit under lofted furniture
  • Room furniture is moveable
  • Rooms are air-conditioned
  • Handicap-accessible first floor rooms, restroom, lobby, and laundry
Smith Hall: Men

Completed in 1964 and renovated in 2008, Smith Hall houses 205 men, approximately 60 percent freshman. Smith offers traditional two-person rooms and is on the east end of campus, near the O.C. Lewis Gymnasium and Kardatzke Wellness Center.

Features:
  • Room size: 12’ x 18’
  • Window: 80″ x 52″
  • Extra-long twin mattresses
  • Furniture is stackable and designed to be lofted or bunked
  • Only love-seat-sized couches will fit under lofted furniture
  • Room furniture is moveable
  • Rooms are air-conditioned
  • Handicap-accessible first floor rooms, restroom, lobby, laundry, and kitchenette
Martin Hall: Women

Completed in 1958 and renovated in 2008, Martin Hall houses 183 women. Martin offers traditional two-person rooms, single rooms and larger three-to-four person rooms on a space available basis. Martin is on the east end of campus by Smith Hall.

Features:

  • Room size: 12′ x 17′
  • Ceiling height: 9′-4″
  • Basement ceiling height: 7′-11″
  • Extra-long twin mattresses
  • Personal lofts are not permitted
  • Furniture is stackable and designed to be lofted or bunked
  • Only love-seat-sized couches will fit under lofted furniture
  • Room furniture is moveable
  • Rooms are air-conditioned
  • Handicap-accessible first floor rooms, restroom, lobby, laundry, and kitchenette
Morrison Hall: Women

Completed in 1949 and renovated in 2007, Morrison Hall houses more than 183 women. Morrison offers traditional two-person rooms, with a limited number of four-to-six person rooms on the fourth floor. Generations of mother-daughter alumnae have enjoyed the historic charm of this hall. Morrison is on the west end of campus near Decker Hall.

Features:

  • Room size: 12’ x 15’
  • Window size: 86″ x 59″
  • Ceiling height (except for basement): 9’-4”
  • Basement ceiling height: 8’-2”
  • Extra-long twin mattresses
  • Furniture is stackable and designed to be lofted or bunked
  • Only love-seat-sized couches will fit under lofted furniture
  • Room furniture is moveable
  • Rooms are air-conditioned
  • Handicap-accessible first floor rooms, restroom, lobby, and laundry
Myers Hall: Women

Myers Hall was completed in 1970 and renovated in 2016. This suite-style residence hall houses 111 upperclassmen women and is located at the intersection of University Boulevard and Cottage Drive.

On-Campus Apartments

Fair Commons

Apartment-style living for seniors and juniors; located at Fifth Street and Nursery Road.

Features:
  • Fair Commons Living Room: 11′ 7″ by 10′ with a couch and 1 end table
  • Fair Commons Kitchen: 5′ 4″ by 10′ with a table and 4 chairs
  • Fair Commons Single Bedroom: 9′ 9″ by 10′ including a bed with XL twin mattress, desk, chair, dresser, and a closet
  • Fair Commons Bathroom: Two bathrooms in each apartment, each shared by two roommates
  • Large lobby and a laundry facility
South Campus

Apartment-style living for seniors and juniors; located at Eighth and Chestnut Streets.

Features:
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen
  • Two bedrooms, each shared by two roommates
  • One bathroom
  • Balcony on second and third floor apartments
  • Laundry facility
Tara East

Apartment-style living for seniors and juniors; located at Sixth Street and College Drive.

Features:
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen
  • Two bedrooms, each shared by two roommates
  • One bathroom
  • Laundry facility