Bronc Hall

Bronc Hall at Hastings College is a great place to live. Hastings Does That!
Bronc Hall

Note: Bronc Hall underwent a complete renovation in the summer of 2014! We're talking a new lobby, new restrooms, a new kitchen, new furniture, individual room climate controls, upgraded air handling systems for more fresh air – plus new paint and carpet throughout.

Kitchen in a dorm at Hastings CollegeWhen you step foot inside this lively, three-story dorm, you'll instantly become part of the Bronc Hall brotherhood that has a rich tradition. Bronc houses fun, energetic and active men who participate in activities such as sports, music and student government. Since the dorm is full of so many men from different areas and with different interests, you'll find friends with common values and interests.

One Bronc resident said, “Living in Bronc has been a great experience and tons of fun. I have made great friendships in the dorms that make it feel like I have family here living with me.”

Room Sizes
All Bronc rooms are 16'10" x 10'11" (184 sq. ft.), plus closet space.

Like all dorms on campus, Bronc Hall is air conditioned and includes the free use high efficiency washers and dryers (no scrounging for quarters). You'll also find lounges and common areas with comfy couches and chairs and large-screen TVs for hanging out, watching the big game or playing video games. There's wifi throughout and access to kitchen space.

Bronc rooms include:

  • Extra-long twin beds (36 inches by 80 inches); beds can be lofted, bunked or left down
  • Two dressers
  • Two desk chairs
  • Two desks
  • Closet space

Meet the Residence Director at Bronc

Tyler Hinchey

Tyler is originally from Tempe, Arizona, but received his degree from Hastings in 2013.  He comes to us with 14 years of football playing experience and three years (2011, 2012 and 2015) serving as Assistant Coach for the Hastings College Bronco Football team. (He started coaching defensive line and then moved to inside linebackers.) 

From fishing to camping, Tyler enjoys just about anything outdoors – especially at family ranches and farms in New Mexico, Oregon and Minnesota.  If you’re going to force him inside then it better involve watching movies or possibly playing some video games.