Van Vleck Hall
Building Information116 East 10th StreetHolland, MI 49423-3516
Van Vleck Hall has 20 rooms, houses 40 students and is an all-female hall. It was built in 1858 and is the oldest building on campus. Van Vleck is named for the Rev. John Van Vleck, the first principal of the Holland Academy, which was the predecessor of the college. Van Vleck was restored in 1980.
- Beds can be bunked but not lofted (bed safety rail provided)
- Carpeted floors
- Window blinds
- Extra long twin beds (80-inch mattress)
- One extra tall closet and a bureau for roommates to share
- Desk chairs
Other rooms in Van Vleck include a computer lab, laundry room, kitchen and lounge.