Gilmore Hall

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Building Information
143 East 10th StreetHolland, MI  49423-3515

Gilmore Hall houses 112 first-year and sophomore women. It is located next to Dykstra Hall and across the street from Phelps Hall. It was built in 1963 and is named after Christine Van Raalte Gilmore, an educator and daughter of founder Albertus and Christina Van Raalte.

Rooms are designed for two students. Each room is furnished with two extra-long twin beds (81.5” long and 38.5” wide), two desks with chairs and two dressers. Students may choose to loft their beds. Floors are tiled, but carpet or rugs may be put down. Windows come with blinds. Internet and cable is available in each room.

Also available:

  • Computer lab
  • Study room
  • Laundry facility
  • Kitchen area
  • Television lounge