Myer Residence Hall
Myer is a co-ed residence hall that houses about 130 students. Myer has 5 triples, 4 singles, and 65 doubles. Myer’s restrooms were renovated and updated to individual bathroom units (sink, toilet, and shower) on the second and third floors in 2017. The rooms and lounges in Myer were renovated in 2018 and included new lounge furniture and a new game and TV room. The building features a lounge on each floor, a kitchen on the first floor, a kitchenette on the second floor, and laundry in the basement. Myer is part of the Dell community.
Floors: Vinyl flooring in rooms, carpet in the hallway
Furniture: Each student will have a twin bed that can be adjusted for height, a desk and desk chair, and a built-in closet and dresser (please note built-in furniture cannot be moved).
Windows: All room windows come with a shade.
Air Conditioning: Window AC units that are placed in the rooms by the Facilities Management team during spring break (typically March) and removed during fall break (October).
Kitchen Facilities: Communal kitchen located on the first floor, including sink, refrigerator/freezer, & stove/oven on the first floor. Communal kitchenette located on the second floor, including sink, mini-fridge, and microwave.
Community Bathroom Information: Basement (one individual use bathroom), First Floor (one community bathroom, one individual use bathroom), Second Floor (two “pod style” clusters of individual use bathrooms), Third Floor (two “pod style” clusters of individual use bathrooms).
Laundry Facilities: Located in the basement. There is no additional cost for laundry during the academic year.
Myer was opened as a women’s residence hall in 1957 and named in honor of Elizabeth Myer. Elizabeth Myer was one of the original faculty members on campus and the first female professor.