Residence life at Taylor is more than just a bunch of buildings around campus. It’s the relationships you develop with your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Taylor intentionally integrates halls so underclassmen live with and learn from upperclassmen, and vice versa. Living together, students are exposed to a variety of people and opinions as well as a mass of shared experiences.
The goal is an environment that encourages personal, spiritual and academic growth that fosters the basic values of Christian community. We understand life is messy, but this is why we do it together—to help build each other up in Christ.
Morris Hall is the largest men’s hall on campus with unique floor names and traditions that can relate closely to Greek letter housing.
The newest residence hall addition to Taylor’s campus, Breuninger is co-ed, houses 150 students, and is connected to Gerig Hall.
The largest women’s hall on campus, Olson is a traditional style layout with rooms lining a long hallway divided into wings.
English Hall has a suite style living setup with 3-4 rooms connected to a common living area.
Swallow Robin Hall
The smallest hall on campus, Swallow Robin is a co-ed and houses 75 students creating a genuine family feel.
Gerig Hall, a co-ed hall, is one of the smallest halls on campus, with an open suite layout that enhances its community.
A twin to Olson Hall, Wengatz has a traditional style layout with rooms lining a long hallway divided into wings.
Campbell and Wolgemuth Apartments are both conveniently located at the edge of campus but allow for a “real-life” living experience apart from the typical residence hall experience.