Housing Options

Our six residence halls give students easy access to the events and activities happening around campus, surrounding them with friends, offering learning beyond the classroom, and of course, making the walk or commute to class that much shorter. 

Living on campus helps ease the transition to college life, gets students involved, and makes them feel connected, all while they earn better grades on their track to graduating in four years. All buildings are accessed via a card admittance system and are equipped with wireless internet access and cable television. Plus, campus also has numerous study locations, printers, and laundry facilities for students to use at all hours. 

TRADITIONAL STYLE

Knudsen Hall

  • Home to 115 first year and returning students.
  • Directly connects to the Charles S. Johnson Wellness Center.
  • Main lounge area on the first floor includes a place for residents to study, play games, or watch TV.
Floor Plan

Knudsen Hall Double – 16’ (L) X 11’ 6” (W)

Knudsen Hall Single – 16’ (L) X 7’6” (W)

Knudsen Hall Triple – 16’(L) X 14’9” (W)

Amenities

Beds

2 Closets

2 Towel Bars

1 or 2 Bulletin Boards

2 Bookshelves

2 Dressers

2 Desks

2 Chairs

Window Shade

Desk / Wall Lighting

Mirror

Wireless Internet

Cable TV Access

Staff Members

Haley Howell - RA 1st floor

Seth Schroeder - Hall Director

Luke Howland-Lopez - RA 2nd floor

Adam Demers - Director of Residence Life

Sam Duffy - RA 3rd floor

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

Nielsen Hall

  • Home to 118 first year and returning students.
  • Contains a recreation game room area on the first floor lounge for residents and a lounge on every floor.
  • In the basement you'll find an eSport Gaming Arena built in 2017.
Floor Plan

Nielsen Hall Double – 16’ (L) X 11’7” (W)

Nielsen Hall Single – 16’ (L) X 8’4” (W)

Amenities

Beds

2 Closets

2 Towel Bars

1 or 2 Bulletin Boards

2 Bookshelves

2 Dressers

2 Desks

2 Chairs

Window Shade

Desk / Wall Lighting

Mirror

Wireless Internet

Cable TV Access

Staff Members

Brandon Albaugh - RA 2nd floor

Seth Schroeder - Hall Director

Hanna Wall - RA 3rd floor

Adam Demers - Director of Residence Life

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

SUITE STYLE

Langrock Suites

  • Home to 148 first year and returning residents, plus residents from the Nursing Living and Learning Community (nPod).
  • Large community area on the 3rd floor with great natural lighting.
  • Each suite has four students in two bedrooms and contains a living area, private bath, and central air.
Floor Plan

Bedrooms – 17’4” x 10’9”

Living Area – 19’4” x 16’0”

Amenities

1 Bed/resident

1 Wardrobe/resident

Towel Bars

2 Sinks

1 Bookshelf/resident

1 Desk/resident

1 Chair/resident

Mirrors

Wireless Internet and Cable TV Access

Air Conditioning

Carpet

1 Couch for the Living Area

Staff Members

Melody Wigdahl - RA 1st floor

Jessica Bailey - Hall Director

Chicho Venditti - RA 2nd floor

Adam Demers- Director of Residence Life

Taylor Lackey - RA 3rd floor

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

Hull Suites

  • Home to 151 upper-class students and is the newest residential addition to Grand View.
  • There are lounges on every floor and the first floor connects directly to the Hull Apartments.
  • Each suite has four students in two bedrooms and contain a living area, private bath, and central air.
Floor Plan

Bedrooms – 17’4” x 10’9”

Living Area – 19’4” x 16’0”

Amenities

1 Bed/resident

1 Wardrobe/resident

Towel Bars

2 Sinks

1 Bookshelf/resident

1 Desk/resident

1 Chair/resident

Mirrors

Wireless Internet and Cable TV Access

Air Conditioning

Carpet

1 Couch for the Living Area

Staff Members

Ali Woodward - RA 2nd floor

Amelia Kimmes Kneser - Hall Director

Emily Albertsen - RA 3rd floor

Adam Demers - Director of Residence Life

Trystin Luneckas - RA 4th floor

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

APARTMENT STYLE

Hull Apartments
  • Home to 109 students.
  • There are six, five and four-person apartments available and each one includes individual private bedrooms, a common living room, full kitchen, two bathroom area, and central air.
  • Includes a large community game room and a community kitchen on the first floor that is available for use to anyone living in the apartments or the suites.
Floor Plan

Amenities

1 Bed/resident

1 Closet/resident

1 Towel Bar/resident

Microwave

Stove

Dining Table/Chairs

Refrigerator for the Apartment

Sofa

1 Bookshelf/resident

1 Dresser/resident

1 Desk/resident

1 Chair/resident

Window Shade

Desk / Wall Lighting

Wireless Internet and Cable TV Access

Carpet

Air Conditioning

Staff Members

Maria Mantilla - RA 1st floor

Amelia Kimmes Kneser - Hall Director

Mattia Giangrande - RA 1st floor

Adam Demers - Director of Residence Life

George Benoit - RA 2nd floor

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

Patrik Zwingenberger - RA 3rd floor

L Apartments
  • Designed for independent living, this facility holds 232 beds offering two or four-person apartments.
  • Each apartment includes a private bedroom for each person, a common living room and kitchen, a shared bathroom designed for multi-person use, and central air.
  • Includes a community lounge on each floor and the laundry room in the basement.
Floor Plan
Amenities

1 Bed/resident

1 Closet/resident

1 Towel Bar

Microwave

Stove

2 Barstools

Refrigerator for the Apartment

1 Loveseat

1 Stuffed Chair

1 Endtable

1 Bookshelf/resident

1 Dresser/resident

1 Desk/resident

1 Chair/resident

Window Shade

Desk / Wall Lighting

Wireless Internet and Cable TV Access

Carpet

Air Conditioning

Staff Members

Gabrielle Gerke - RA 1st floor

Jessica Bailey - Hall Director

Simone Raiola - RA 2nd floor

Adam Demers - Director of Residence Life

Karina Johnson - RA 3rd floor

Robby Patterson - Assistant Director of Residence Life

Sachin Gupta - RA 4th floor

BONUS FEATURES

Coin Laundry in the Facility

Storage Space Unavailable

Permit Only On-Campus Parking

Vending Machines

Cable TV in Lounge Areas

Social and Educational Programs

24-7 Security

Daily Mail Service

GV Dining (provided by Aramark)

Health Services Available

Counseling Services Available

Computer Labs throughout Campus

WHAT TO BRING

Bed Linens (Twin–extra long)

Pillow, Blanket, Bedspread

Personal Care Items

Backpack & School Supplies

Wastebasket

Iron & Laundry Basket

Detergent, Quarters

Refrigerator (110 amp or does not exceed 5 cubic feet)

Carpet

Computer

First Aid Kit

Cable TV Cord

TV, Blu-Ray Player, Stereo

Robe Towels

Hair Dryer

Extension Cord

Microwave

Dishes

Flashlight

Hangers

Umbrella

Sewing Kit

Power Strips

Cleaning Supplies

Fan

WHAT TO LEAVE AT HOME

Space Heaters

Electric Heaters

Candles / Incense

Halogen Lamps and Light Bulbs

Hot Plates

Toasters

Toaster Ovens

Electric Skillets

Pets (fish are allowed)

Air Conditioners

Lofts (furniture provided can be arranged in several ways, including lofted)

Firearms

Explosives

Weapons

E-cigarettes and other vaping materials