Residents in Stegenga Hall

Stegenga Hall


Built in 1996, Stegenga Hall—nicknamed Steggy—houses 200 women. Traditions include the Steggy Keggy (with kegs of root beer) and all-hall Christmas tree decorating.

"I've grown so much by experiencing living with another person. Dorm life is kind of like a sleepover every night. My best friends live right next door, and we're all just one big family." Darby Skillern, Stegenga Hall

Caylan DeLucia, resident director

  • 3 floors/102 rooms
  • 2 students/room, shared bathrooms
  • 10'10" x 16'7" rooms with sheetrock walls and carpeted floor (room dimensions and furniture layout)
  • Bunk beds, dressers, desks
  • Air conditioned
  • Coin-operated laundry and community kitchen (students required to have a cafeteria meal plan)
  • TV lounge, computer and study lounges