Roanoke College

Yonce Hall

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Physical Address: 325 and 329 Campus Lane

Gender: All female

Class: 
Upperclassmen

Room Types: 
Doubles and singles

Meal Plan Options: 
Residents may choose between a 14 and a 19 meal plan 

Bathrooms: 
There is a shared bathroom on each floor.

Laundry: 
There is a laundry room in the basement.

Yonce Hall History
By 1913, another men's residence hall section was needed. The fourth and fifth halls of Sections were financed by Alumni gifts and honor Dr. William B. Yonce, professor of ancient languages and literature from 1854 until 1895 who, like Dr. Bittle and Dr. Wells, gave his full life to students of Roanoke College. Later, the addition of two wheelchair accessible suites was added to accommodate physically challenged students. Yonce now houses freshmen and upperclass students.

Additional Information on Yonce Hall
Yonce Hall is part of the Sections complex and the East Side neighborhood. It is actually two buildings - Yonce 4 and Yonce 5. Both buildings are composed of female upperclassmen students. Rooms in Yonce 5 are available as handicapped suites.

Yonce Hall typical room information
Room dimensions: room sizes vary
Window dimensions (quantity): window sizes vary (1)
Electrical outlets: 4
The rooms in Yonce Hall are carpeted.
Yonce Hall is air-conditioned.
Lofts are permitted, per guidelines.

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