/ Residential Life and Housing

Residence Halls

Hope College has nine different residence halls, each with their own unique quirks and characteristics.

 


Residential Hall Type Students Average Room Dimensions Carpet Bath Type Elevator Beds:
Bunkable or Loftable
Cook Hall Co-ed
Upper-classmen
250 Double: 10'4" x 17"
Single: 8'4" x 17'
Yes Suite Yes Bunk
Durfee Hall All Male
Freshmen and Sophomores
92 15'8" x 10'5" Yes Hall No Both
Dykstra Hall All Female
Freshmen
265 Double: 15' x 10'4"
Triple:
22'7" x 10'8
No Hall No Bunk
Gilmore Hall All Female
Freshmen and Sophomores
112 13'7" x 11'8" No Hall No Both
Kollen Hall Co-ed
Freshmen and Sophomores
292 11'8" x 11'8" Yes Hall No Both
Lichty Hall Co-ed
Freshmen
42 n/a No Hall No Both
Phelps Hall Co-ed
Freshmen and Sophomores
160 12'1" x 11'7" No Hall Yes Both
Scott Hall Co-ed
Freshmen
98 13'9" x 11'7" Yes Hall No Loft
Van Vleck Hall Female
Freshmen and Sophomores
38 15'9" x 9'8" Yes Hall No Bunk
Voorhees Hall Co-ed
Freshmen and Sophomores
114 Double: 12'3" x 12'
Triple:
12' x 11'6" &
10'10" x 12'
Yes Hall Yes Bunk
Wyckoff Hall
Co-ed
Freshmen and Sophomores
100 12'11" x 12' Yes Hall No Both

You may not build your own loft. Loftable beds means that the college provides you with an extra set of bed ends and a stabilizing bar so your beds can be lofted.