Hatter Hall

Built in 2006 and located next to Nemec Hall and across from Gordis Hall, Hatter Hall consists of two-person suites with single-occupancy bedrooms. Bathrooms are shared by two students within each suite. Residents of Hatter Hall may request gender-neutral living arrangements. The building houses 120 residents who are predominantly upper-division students. Laundry facilities and study lounges with wireless Internet access are available on each floor. Residents of this hall have access to the University Village Apartments Rinker Clubhouse. Hatter Hall is ADA-accessible with elevator and card swipe access.


  • Central heat and air
  • Ceiling fans throughout
  • Local telephone connection
  • Basic cable television
  • Wired and wireless Internet access
  • On-site parking
  • Card Access

Fully Furnished Bedrooms

  • Desk and desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Built-in closet
  • Twin extra long bed

Community Kitchen

  • Refrigerator
  • Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Full range/oven

Community Lounge

  • Couches
  • Laundry room (per floor)
  • Various study spaces


This option allows for persons of any gender to share common spaces within apartment-style housing allowing for growth and personal reflection without the stereotypical gender boundaries of traditional on-campus housing options. This offering provides less-gendered environments similar to ones you would find in off-campus apartments or personal homes.