- Campus Life
Named in honor of Admiral John F. Hines who served the college as president from 1953-1969, Hines is an eight-story building that houses over 200 first-year students and is co-ed by floor. Hines features two gamerooms, two laundry rooms, a kitchenette, and a study lounge. All internet access is through the college's wifi network. The campus police office is located in Hines and is staffed 24/7. Hines Hall is the place for first year students with lots of activity and interaction.
Named in honor of Helena Pouch, a long-time member of the Board of Trustees and friend of the college, Pouch Hall is a four story building that houses 120 female residents. Pouch is a mix of all class years but houses many female first-year students. It features a large kitchen area, gameroom, and laundry room. All internet access is through the college's wifi network. Access to the building during evening hours is monitored by the front desk.
Named in honor of Edith Scott Magna who served the college as acting president in 1946, and as a college trustee for over thirty years. Magna Hall is a four story building that houses 140 primarily sophomore residents. Magna is co-ed by floor and features a kitchen area, gameroom, and laundry room. All internet access is through the college's wifi network.