Residence Hall Summary Chart

HallOccupancyGenderDining
facility
Loftable
beds
Meal plan

Special
features
Green circle Valley Residential Neighborhood
Ackley/Shilling

537 CS Within Yes Required Honors Community; Honors STEM;
Sustainability Community; fitness room; 
extended quiet hours*
Britton/Hadley 527 CS Within Yes  Required Education Community;
Mug Shots coffeehouse
Garneau/Harvey 534 CS Within Yes Required Science Scholars;
Magellan House
Eicher/LeFevre 544 CS  Within  Yes Required Health Professionals Community
Wellness House
fitness room
Harrison/Stinson 535 CS Within
(limited hours)
Yes Not required Business Community; fitness room
Eldridge/Fox    CS Within
(limited hours)
No Required Engineering House
Transfer Student Community;
Student Success Center
 Red circle Center Residential Neighborhood
Henry 408 CF Connected Yes Not required Aviation House
 Blue circle South Residential Neighborhood
Draper 241 Carry-out No Required Fine Arts House
Some three-person rooms and some quads
Siedschlag 235 F Carry-out No Required Fine Arts House;
Some three-person rooms and some quads
The Burnhams 474 CF Within No  Required Some three-person rooms and some quads
French 307 CS Connected Yes ^ Required Sophomore status or above; Tenzing House
Davis 256 CS Connected Yes  Required Junior status or at least 21; Tenzing House
Zimmerman 257 CS Connected Yes Required Sophomore status or above; 
Second-Year Experience

Key

CF: Coed hall, with male or female floors. 
CS: Coed with male suites or female suites.
M: All male.
F: All female. 
^: Beds are bunked. 

*Extended quiet hours: Quiet hours begin at 8 p.m. versus 10 p.m.

Western Michigan University reserves the right to change housing/dining options and hall designations as needed based on occupancy and circumstance. Some halls have various room configurations such as three-person rooms and some quads. Residence Life will make room assignments based on availability.