BHSU Residence Life - Frequently Asked Questions

What are the main differences between halls?

All of the Residence Halls at BHSU are co-ed. This means that men and women share the same living facility and that mixed-gender visitation is permitted throughout the building. Heidepriem and Thomas are located on the west side of campus, built around the same time, and are structurally similar. Heidepriem and Thomas have built in closets and desks.  Pangburn is located on the east side of campus in close proximity to the Library and the Student Union. Pangburn's rooms also have a walk in closet. Wenona-Cook (WC) is our oldest hall (built in 1899), and has recently been renovated. Room sizes in WC are generally bigger, and have new desks and wardrobes.  Parking is limited around WC, so students residing in WC have to park down in the Young Center parking lot.  Humbert hall is a smaller residence hall that will be comprised of all larger single rooms billed at the DAS rate and guarantees a student his/her own room in the residence hall.
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