Eichenberger Hall is a small, residence hall for Engineering, Pre-Health and Computer Science students. It is named for Dr. Rudolph “Rudy” Eichenberger who was a long-time physics professor of the university. Eichenberger Hall has large bedrooms and hybrid-style bathrooms for extra privacy for our residents. Eichenberger Hall has extra amenities such as a classroom, TV room and common-use kitchenette. It is located on the edge of campus, close to the Nursing and Engineering buildings. Students who live here must be accepted and participate in either Tomorrow’s Engineers or Life Support living learning communities. Since this is the smallest hall on-campus, space is limited and rooms go quickly. Waitlist is available after Room Selection opens each year.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Living Learning Community is designed to provide students in this academic field with an opportunity to interact with peers that creates a more natural study environment. This program will also allow students to meet with local businesses and potential employers. *Students must apply for this LLC and be accepted thru the Housing Application.
Life Support Living Learning Community is geared towards students admitted into the nursing program or who have declared a pre-med major. Students will have the opportunity to meet staff in their field and have the chance for job opportunities. *Students must apply for this LLC and be accepted thru the Housing Application
- Common Area
- Computer Lab
Sunday-Thursday 10:00 a.m.-Midnight
Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m.