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Facade of Wengatz

Wengatz Hall

Wengatz Hall, built in 1965, is home to just over 250 students. One of only two all-male residence halls on Taylor’s campus, Wengatz follows a traditional residence hall layout with rooms lining both sides of a T-shaped corridor. Its three floors are divided into eight wings.

Wengatz Hall has a tradition of themed pick-a-dates and Open Houses. Some of our favorite Open Houses include 3rd East’s Future Great Dads of America, 2nd West’s Techno Night, and 1st West’s Zoo Open House. Other hall and wing activities include a week-long celebration in the fall called Wengatz Week, Melon and Gourd, Wengatz Olympics in the Spring semester, Tolf (golf with a tennis ball), Wall Ball, and so much more.

Residence Life Contacts

Jacob Gerding

Wengatz Hall Director

  • MA, Higher Education & Student Development, Taylor University (2020)
  • BS, Youth Ministry, Evangel University (2018)
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Jonah Tews

Residence Life Graduate Assistant for Breuninger, Gerig, and Wengatz Halls

  • MS, Higher Education & Student Development Taylor University (ongoing)
  • BA, Exercise Science, Northwestern College (2022)
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