Central Coalition is a group of six residence halls that share front desk operations through Hansen-Willis hall. The six residence halls include Belford, Gordon, Decker, Hansen-Willis, Sabin and Snyder halls.
Hansen-Willis is the home of the front desk for Central Coalition, a group of 5 residence halls on Central Campus. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day and available for students to pick up packages and check out equipment.
Central Coalition includes Belford, Decker,Hansen-Willis, Sabin, and Snyder Halls. Students that want to get involved in the Central Coalition community can be part of Community Council.
Built in 1999, Hansen-Willis houses 108 students on three co-ed living floors. This hall offers four-person suites and single person rooms. The suites feature a large living room, two bedrooms and full private bathroom. When Hansen-Willis was designed and built, student input resulted in wider hallways, carpeted rooms, air conditioning, and French doors that look out onto the Snyder Green, or the Hansen-Willis courtyard. Hansen-Willis also offers several large lounges with televisions, foosball tables, ping pong, and plenty of space to hang out. Each floor offers private/group study rooms, and the first floor also has a community kitchen. Laundry facilities are located on the second floor, making the laundry only one floor away for all of Hansen-Willis' residents.
Images for Hansen-Willis hall:
Hansen-Willis sample suite floor plan - (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)
Hansen-Wills Room Photos:
360°panoramic views of a sample bedroom and living room -
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Belford Hall is home to 52 students that live in double and single rooms in this building. Each room in Belford features a sink and vanity
area, air-conditioning, and is carpeted. Belford has community bathrooms and showers on each floor.
Just a short walk away from the Central Campus academic buildings and across the courtyard from the Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall, Belford Hall is a convenient choice for many students.
Built in conjunction with Gordon Hall and Decker Hall in 1921, Belford Hall was renovated in 1999. Belford is part of the beautiful Central Campus historic district. The first floor has a community kitchen, and two large lounges that students use for socializing and studying. The lower level features two additional lounges with more space for studying or watching television. There is also a foosball table and laundry facilities.
Images for Belford Hall:
Belford Hall sample double room floor plan (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)
Built in conjunction with Belford and Gordon Halls in 1921, this hall was renovated in 1999 and features carpeting and air-conditioning in each room. In addition to a large, living-room style lounge, the first floor also has a community kitchen. The second floor has a convenient study lounge and the lower level has both the laundry facilities and the television lounge.
Images for Decker Hall:
Decker sample double room floor plan (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)
Gordon Hall houses 28 students. This hall features two-person rooms with one male bathroom on the 1st floor and one female bathroom on the 2nd floor.
In Gordon Hall, there is a public kitchen for students and a main floor lounge. On the lower level, there is a television lounge, vending machine and free laundry service.
Images for Gordon Hall:
Gordon sample double room floor plan (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)
Hall offers two-person rooms equipped with a sink and vanity area, with
large bathrooms and showers on each floor. This 33-student hall features
hardwood floors and air-conditioning.
Built in 1936 with Snyder Hall, Sabin was renovated in 1999. In addition to large, living room-style lounges on the first and second floors, the lower level has laundry facilities, a television lounge, and a community kitchen.
Images of Snyder Hall:
Sabin Hall sample double room floor plan - (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)
Snyder Hall houses 103 students on three co-ed floors. The majority of rooms house two students, although some rooms are single-person or three-person rooms. Each room in Snyder has a built-in sink and vanity area, with bathrooms and showers located on each floor. Snyder also features hardwood floors and air-conditioning.
Built in 1936 along with Sabin Hall, Snyder was renovated in 1999 and some rooms were especially designed for ADA accessibility. The lower level houses the laundry facilities and a community kitchen. Every floor has a spacious lounge overlooking the Snyder Green. The first floor lounge has a pool table and the second and third floor lounges have enough space for group studying or movie nights on the big screen televisions.
Images of Snyder Hall:
Snyder Hall sample double room floor plan (Note that floor plans vary from room to room)