Exterior of 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 was mentored by an upperclassman whose passions are similar to mine throughout my freshman year. Years later, she still encourages me on my journey." Samantha Clapper, Stegenga Hall

Celeste Ryan , resident director

  • 3 floors/102 rooms
  • 2 students/room, shared bathrooms
  • 11x17 rooms with sheetrock walls and carpeted floor
  • 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