Vedder Hall, completed in 1965, is named in honor of Lee N. and Grace Q. Vedder, in recognition of the transfer to the University of the assets of the foundation which they endowed. It is home to over 350 residents, most of whom live in double rooms.

Vedder Hall Amenities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Coed floors for east and west wings
  • Single sex options on the center half floors
  • Rooms vary in shape and size. "Z" shaped rooms are composed of two 7' x 12' spaces arranged in a "Z" formation allowing personal space for each occupant.
  • Built in closet with overhead shelving
  • Bed, desk, desk chair and built in dresser
  • Tiled floors in student rooms
  • Singles at the ends of the halls and middle spaces
  • Mens and women's restrooms on either end of north and south halls
  • Carpeted hallways
  • Tiled staircases for east and west wings
  • Laundry the basement
  • Community Kitchen area
  • Follow me printing
  • Vending machines
  • Bike Racks
  • Volleyball court behind the building
  • Gender neutral bathrooms on ground floor
  • Vedder pit study space and lounge with tv/roku
  • Window screens are not provided by the University



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