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Gilmore Hall

Located at 143 E. 10th Street, Gilmore hall is named after Christine Van Raalte Gilmore, an educator and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Van Raalte. Built in 1963 along with five other halls, the residence hall currently houses 112 freshman and sophomore women. It is located next to Dykstra hall and across the street from Phelps hall.

Rooms in Gilmore hall are designed for two students. The rooms are furnished with 2 beds (the measurements for the beds are 81.5" long and 38.5" wide), 2 desks and chairs, and 2 dressers. The floors are tiled, but carpet or rugs may be put down. Blinds are furnished on the windows. A computer lab, study room, laundry facilities, and kitchen area are located in the basement and the television lounge is located on the first floor.

Building Layout

Room Dimensions
Location on Campus
Biographical Information about Christina Van Raalte Gilmore