Mary Martha Hall
Mary Martha Hall is centrally located on campus between the Koehneke Community Center and the Klinck Library. It is the only residence hall on campus featuring community style living with two and three person rooms. There are Freshman Residential Experience communities in this hall. Each room also includes a sink.
Mary Martha Hall room dimensions:
Rooms 100-110; 200-216; 300-316: are 12 feet wide, 15 feet long with a height of eight feet. There are two windows in each room that measure five feet wide by 62 inches high.
Rooms 219-240; 319-340: are 13 feet in wide, 12 feet in long with a height of eight feet. Each room features one closet measuring, 80 inches wide by 26 inches deep by 98 inches high. There are two windows in each room that are 123 inches wide by 49 inches high.
Rooms 221, 225, 235, 237, 321, 325, 335, 337: are three person rooms and are 20 feet wide, 13 feet in length with a height of eight feet. There are two closets in each room measuring 80 inches wide by 26 inches deep by 98 inches high. There are also three windows in each room. The double set of windows measures 123 inches wide by 49 inches high. The single window is half of those measurements.
Program highlights for Mary Martha include:
- Money management presentation
- Historical church tour
- Discussion on the Christian male with Dr. Michael Eschelbach
- Floor toy/clothing drive
- White Sox game
- Sack lunches for the homeless
- Women's health presentation
- Cuban culture night
- Blue Man Group outing