Wells Hall

Physical Location: 315, 319, and 321 Campus Lane

See building layouts for:
 Wells 1 
 Wells 2 
Wells 3

Gender: Wells 1 and Wells 3 are male. Wells 2 is female.

Wells 1: Upperclassmen Only
Wells 2 and 3: Freshmen and Upperclassmen

Room Types: 
Doubles and singles

Meal Plan Options: 
Residents may choose between a 14 and a 19 meal plan (freshmen must have a 19)

There is a shared bathroom on each floor.

Laundry: There is a laundry room in the basement.

Wells Hall History
Constructed as the first section of men's residence halls known as "Sections 1, 2 and 3", this structure went up in 1910. It honors Dr. Simon Carson Wells, a teacher of mathematics and natural science on the faculty from 1849 until his death in 1900 and a man who served as Secretary to the Board of Trustees for 47 years. His only absence from campus was to serve in the War Between the States. Wells now houses freshmen and upperclass students.

Additional Information about Wells Hall: 
Wells is part of the Sections complex and is in the East Side neighborhood. It is technically three buildings in one. It has three front doors for each of its sections. Wells I is all male, while Wells 2 and 3 are all female. The halls each have a large central staircase in addition to spiral staircases linking common rooms and hallways.

Wells Hall typical room:

Room dimensions: room sizes vary
Window dimensions (quantity): window sizes vary (1)
Electrical outlets: 4
The rooms in Wells Hall are carpeted.
Lofts are permitted, per guidelines.

See layouts here.