New Residence Hall

In the Fall of 2011, West Virginia Wesleyan opened a 140-bed residence hall on Camden Avenue, directly across from Holloway Hall. The College’s newest addition offers four-person suite-style living spaces, single rooms, kitchenettes, a social lounge on each of the floors, three large study lounges, and laundry and vending areas. Each suite includes a common bathroom.

The four-story building was designed in the spirit of Agnes Howard Hall by architect Bryson Von Nostrand to blend with the Georgian style of the other buildings on campus. Throughout the planning phase of the project, Wesleyan sought input from students and members of the Campus Life staff to design a building that would meet the needs and expectations of students and parents.

Naming Opportunities
New Residence Hall $2,500,000
Study Lounge (3) $25,000
Social Lounge (4) $25,000

For more information about the New Residence Hall, contact: Robert Skinner, Vice President of Advancement, 304-473-8557, skinner_b@wvwc.edu
Rose Ellen Loudin, Director of Advancement Operations, 304-473-8600, loudin_r@wvwc.edu