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Scott Hall

Located at 113 E. 13th Street, this co-ed hall was part of the Fraternity Dormitory Complex built in 1962, housing members of the Emersonian and Fraternal fraternities. The hall was renamed in 1986 in honor of Charles Scott, the provisional president of Hope College. Scott hall shares a courtyard with Cosmopolitan/Wyckoff hall.

Scott Hall is a co-ed hall with 50 rooms and can house 98 first year students. The rooms are carpeted and furniture is loftable. A computer lab, kitchen, laundry room, and lounges are also found in Scott Hall. Scott Hall is also the home to the Phelps Scholar Program.

Building Layout

Room Dimensions
Location on Campus
Biographical Information about Charles Scott

Jessenia Martinez-Olmeda
Scott Hall RD
martinez@hope.edu

About Jessenia:
This is my second year as the RD of Scott Hall. I graduated from Hope College in 2010 and am now a Spanish Teacher at Zeeland West High School. I am married to Juan and have one daughter, Delyla. As a family, we enjoy dancing, playing board games and going for walks. We are thrilled to be on campus again as both Juan and I are alumni!

Perks of Scott Hall:
We have two kitchens and therefore do our fair share of cooking. We have the opportunity to live in a diverse community intentionally because of the Phelps Scholars Program. We are a co-Ed residential hall. Also our Southside community is great; we are close to other residential halls and the Dow.

RA Staff and Scott Hall RD, (2013-14)

Scott hall