Anderson Hall houses approximately 100 students in double rooms. The floors are mixed gender. Anderson's many common areas provide ample opportunities for students to come together, whether for study or play. A large lounge off the lobby has a Ping-Pong table, flat screen television, and plentiful seating; a smaller study lounge, The Nook, is adjacent and open for student use 24 hours a day. Smaller lounges on each resident floor are a great place for students to watch a game, put together a study group, or just hang out. The hall features a full kitchen that both Anderson and Woodward residents can use. Vending machines are conveniently located in the lobby, and there is a laundry room in the basement.
Every room has a built-in closet, desk and chair, dresser, and bed for each occupant and a room micro-fridge. Each room also has cable tv and high speed internet hookups. Rooms measure roughly 18' x 12'.
Built as a men’s dormitory in 1963, this was named for Hayden L.V. Anderson, an alumnus who taught at Gorham for many years, and went on the serve as Director of Professional Services for the Maine Department of Education.
WHAT MAKES ANDERSON HALL A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE
Anderson's small, friendly, and tight-knit community make it a favorite for our students.