A men's hall in the heart of campus. Stimson Hall, the oldest men's hall at WSU (built in 1923), has a long history as one of the tightest-knit residence communities on campus. The Stimson Hall community focuses on developing student leadership and service learning.
About half of Stimson's rooms are "cluster" living groups consisting of singles and doubles with seven or fewer students sharing a private lounge and bathroom. A weight room, big-screen TV room, ping-pong and pool tables, and two quiet study lounges are available for all residents to share.
Stimson Hall sits next door to Owen Science Library and the biological and physical science buildings, and is conveniently close to several other academic buildings.
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