Campbell Hall & Wolgemuth Hall
Campbell Hall and Wolgemuth Hall are apartment residence halls on the north side of campus that are open for upperclassmen only. Campbell Hall consists of fifteen individual apartments housing 60 students. The larger Wolgemuth Hall incorporates the architectural style of Samuel Plato, the 20th century prominent African American architect who built Swallow Robin Hall in 1920. Wolgemuth can house 92 students.
These halls offer a great transitional place to live before students graduate from Taylor University. Upperclass students can apply in groups of four to live in the apartments, and must meet certain criteria.
The two-bedroom apartments are fully furnished with beds, dressers, desks, wardrobes, living room furniture, and dining furniture. Each apartment has a full kitchen, but students must provide kitchen supplies (microwaves not provided).
Residence Life Contacts
Campbell and Wolgemuth Hall Director
- MS, Higher Education & Student Development Taylor University (ongoing)
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