Campus Housing

All of Hanover's campus housing options is located within minutes of our campus' classrooms, library, arts and social areas.

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Blythe Hall

Houses: 40 first-year students

Average room size: 13' x 13'2"

Blythe features double rooms, but also holds a few single rooms. Each room has wifi, cable television, and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, bed, and built-in closet. If the room is a designated double, it will have two sets of furniture. Each floor has a common bathroom. The basement also houses a common lounge, kitchen and laundry facilities.

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Coulter House

Houses: 38 co-eds

Average Room Size: 13' x 12'

Built in 2003, and named for Moses Stanley Coulter, the grandson of John Finley Crowe, Hanover’s founder, Coulter House serves as a small, co-ed residence hall and houses approximately 38 students. Most rooms are doubles, but there are a few single rooms as well as one triple and one quad. Each room wifi, cable and Ethernet. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe and bed. If the room is a double, it contains two sets and a single has one set per person. There are common bathrooms for each wing, as well as common lounges and laundry facilities.

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Crowe Hall

Houses: 120 Coeds

Average Room Size: 13'5" x 13'3"

Crowe Hall is one of the campus' co-ed residence hall for upperclassmen, accommodating 120 students with men in one floor and women in the others. Crowe underwent a major renovation in 2009. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe, and loftable bed. There are common bathrooms for each wing, common lounges, and laundry facilities.

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Donner Hall

Houses: 120 first-year women

Average room size: 13'1" x 12'

First-year dorm for women, featuring primarily double rooms, but there are single rooms and a triple available. Rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe, and loftable bed. There are two common bathrooms per floor, one for each wing, common floor lounges, an efficiency kitchen, and laundry facilities. Donner Hall is also connected to The Other Place, Hanover's theatre performance stage.

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Greenwood Suites

Houses: 72 upper-class co-eds

Average room size: 14'1" x 12'4"

Students living in the Greenwood Suites are more autonomous with only upperclass students living in the complex. With no RA, the residents are primarily responsible for the enforcement of policies and procedures, along with the administrative work for the area. The individual suites in Greenwood house six men or women in a suite of three bedrooms. Two bedrooms share a bath, while the third has its own bathroom. Two lower-level suites have roll-in showers to make them handicap-accessible. Each room has wifi, cable, and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, loftable bed, and wardrobe. Each suite has a small efficiency kitchen with a compact refrigerator, and a sink. A range is not allowed; however, the residents may bring in a microwave. The suite also has a living room with a cable hookup and a TV provided. All suites are air-conditioned. Limited vending and full laundry facilities are available onsite.

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Ide Hall

Houses: 40 first-year men

Average room size: 13'1" x 13'3"

Ide Hall is the campus' first-year men's hall. Most rooms are double rooms, with the exception of one triple room. Each room has wifi, cable television, and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe, and loftable bed. There are common bathrooms for each wing, common lounges, an efficiency kitchen, and laundry facilities. Ide Hall is also connected to Donner Hall via The Other Place, which is Hanover's theatre performance stage.

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Katharine Parker Hall

Houses: 90 co-eds

Average room size: 13'11" x 10'8"

Katharine Parker Hall is the campus' co-ed hall for first-year students, accommodating 90 students with men in one wing and women in the other. Most rooms are double rooms, but there are a few triple rooms available in the basement. Each room has wifi, cable television, and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe and loftable bed. There are common bathrooms for each wing, a common lounge, and laundry facilities.

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Lynn Hall

Houses: 72 upper-class co-eds

Lynn Hall is the campus' newly renovated residence hall. All rooms are double rooms in various suite style living arrangements. Each suite and room have wifi, cable television and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, wardrobe, and loftable bed. Each suite shares a common bathroom. The building has various common lounges, an efficiency kitchen, and laundry facilities. Lynn Hall is also home to Career Services, Experiential Learning and Study Abroad Offices, as well, as 2 classrooms that also function as flexible space for functions.

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Ogle Center

Houses: 42 upper-class co-eds

Average Room Size: 11'9" x 13'4"

The Ogle Center is a living environment for sophomores, juniors and seniors. The individual suites house seven men or women in a suite of four bedrooms (three doubles and one single). Two bedrooms have their own bathrooms, while the third double shares a bathroom with the single room. Each suite has a small efficiency kitchen with a compact refrigerator and a sink. A range is not allowed; however, the residents may bring in a microwave. The suite also has a living room with skylights, cable hookup, and a TV provided. There is one phone line per bedroom, so each pair of roommates has a designated line. A washer and dryer are available within each suite. All suites are air-conditioned. Limited vending, a conference area, and classroom areas are available onsite.

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Wiley Hall

Houses: 90 co-eds

Average room size: 14'1" x 12'4"

Wiley Hall is one of the campus' co-ed residence hall for upperclassmen, accommodating 90 students with men in one wing and women in the other. Most rooms are double rooms, but there are a few singles, a couple of triples, and one quad room available. Each room has wifi, cable television, and Ethernet hookups. The rooms have the following furniture for each resident: desk, chair, dresser, built-in closet, and bed. If the room is designated a quad, it will have four sets of furniture; triple, three sets; double, two sets; single, one set. There are common bathrooms for each wing, common lounges, and laundry facilities. RAs are responsible for nurturing and maintaining the development of a tight and respectful community in the house.

Theme Houses

Upperclassmen have the opportunity to take on a more deliberate role in their housing and the programmatic aspects of their housing activities.

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File House

Houses: 11 Residents

Amenities:
Air-Conditioned
Laundry Room
Cable Television
Telephone and Ethernet Hookups
Lounge Areas
Double and Single Rooms
Full Kitchen

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Young House

Houses: 11 Residents

Amenities:
Full Kitchen
Laundry
Dining Room
Two Living Rooms
Single, Double, and Triple Rooms

Greek Houses

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