Office of Residential Life

Anderson Hall

ANDERSON HALL
 

ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY         Anderson Residence Hall

Anderson Hall houses students in 54 double rooms. The hall is home to three special interest floors: the Substance-Free lifestyle floor on the fifth floor, the Sport Management Living Learning Community (coming fall 2014) and the Students Entering Nursing, Science and Engineering, or SENSE, Living Learning Community on the third floor.

HALL FEATURES

There is a large common lounge on the second floor with a Ping-Pong table, flat screen television and lots of seating.  Smaller lounges on the third and fifth floors have televisions and seating, and the hall features a full kitchen that both Anderson and Woodward residents can use. The hall has vending machines conveniently located in the lobby. The floors are mixed gender.

ROOM FEATURES

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.  

ROOM DIMENSIONS

ROOM PHOTOS

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HALL EVENTS

The hall has hosted floor dinners, apple picking trips, pumpkin carving, a Halloween Dance, movie nights, Ultimate Frisbee competitions, and A & W Bucks for program participation and “good community” members which can be used to purchase items at an auction. There is also a fund-raising competition between Anderson and Woodward, with money donated to the winning hall's charity of choice, and the winning hall receiving a pizza party.

HALL HISTORY

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. 

LOCATION                     Anderson Residence Hall

Anderson is a stones throw from the Brooks Student Center/dining hall, the Costello Sports Complex, the Library, and campus transportation.

WHAT MAKES ANDERSON HALL A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE

It is a great place to live because it is small, friendly, and a tight-knit community.