Weyer Hall, a three-story, co-ed, dorm with a rich history, houses 70 students in single occupancy rooms. Open only to sophomores and above, Weyer residents participate in all activities across campus, from student government and athletics to theatre and music. You'll find residents enjoying the newly remodeled kitchen, playing the piano, studying for classes, playing video games on the big screen and taking a break playing Frisbee or tossing a football in the front lawn. Residents of Weyer also enjoy open visitation hours, so you can welcome your friends over anytime.
All rooms in Weyer are 13'6" x 11'3" (163 sq. ft.), with closets.
Like all dorms on campus, Weyer is air conditioned and includes the free use high-efficiency washers and dryers (no hunting for quarters!). You'll also find lounges and common areas with comfy couches and chairs and large-screen TVs for hanging out with friends or a video game. There's wifi throughout and access to kitchen space.
Each room in Weyer includes:
- Extra-long twin bed (36 inches by 80 inches)
- desk chair
- Closet space
Meet the Residence Director at Weyer
Kyle is originally from the great state of Wisconsin. He has a BS in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin La-Crosse and his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Eastern Michigan University. He’s sort of a jack of all trades when it comes to student life with a background in career services, housing, leadership and programming, and even some maintenance work. In his downtime Kyle enjoys B Science Fiction movies, Sushi, and has a bit of an obsession with finding estate sales or second hand in order to decorate his home with “funky” furniture . Overall Kyle is an eccentric, passionate Student Affairs professional.