University Housing and New Student Programs is excited to announce the opening of the new Residence Hall Wendell Hill Hall located on the corner of Dean Nicholson Boulevard and Alder Street. Wendell Hill Hall, is a 476-bed complex, with 228 beds in building A and 248 beds in building B.
There are mostly upper-class students, but also some first year students. Wendell Hill provides suite style living, with shared double, 2-shared double with living area, and 4-single room style suite with living room. All residents have a toilet, sink, and shower available without needing to enter the hallway.
Each floor has a lounge with plenty of furniture and large flat screen TVs. Wireless Internet is available also.
Wendell Hill A is home to the upper-class student portion of the Music Living Learning Community (LLC), while Wendell Hill B is home to the Aviation LLC.
The four-story residence hall has four-person suites reserved for students in all class standings, but will have upper-class priority.
Wendell Hill Hall Mailing Addresses:
905 Dean Nicholson Blvd., Room #
Ellensburg, WA 98926
1401 N. Alder, Room #
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Sunday thru Thursday:
7-8pm in Wendell Hill Hall A and Wendell Hill B
Friday thru Saturday:
7-7:30pm in Wendell Hill B
7:30pm-8pm in Wendell Hill A
Wendell Hill’s Evacuation Locations:
In the case of a fire alarm, please exit the building and head across Dean Nicholson Blvd. to the Music Building Lawn, or the secondary evacuation location at the walkway north of Wendell Hill in front of Alford-Montgomery.
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