Wilson Hall is a four level residence hall on Central Campus that houses 282 students. Located next to the Tobey-Kendel dining hall, students who live in Wilson Hall have two person bedrooms that are carpeted, air-conditioned, and include a vanity and sink area. Each student has their own bed, desk with accompanying chair, and a storage wardrobe. Community bathrooms and showers are located on each floor and select rooms in Wilson are ADA accessible. Students who live in this hall don't have to worry about cleaning the bathrooms because the custodial staff cleans them daily!
Although this residence hall was built in 1957 along with Wiebking Hall, it was renovated in 1999. Wilson Hall features a game room on the lower level, a large lounge on the first floor, and private study rooms on the second and third floors. The main floor lounge is a great place for students to socialize and watch movies on the big screen TV. On the lower level, there are laundry facilities, a community kitchen and a game room which features a pool table, foosball and ping pong table as well as several vending machines.
The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day and is available for students to pick up packages and check out game room equipment. As an added bonus, students are able to interact with the faculty in residence for the Wilson/Wiebking communities.
Just a short walk from the University Center, Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall, and the Central Campus academic buildings, many students think that Wilson Hall is a great place to live.