Manzanita Hall was built in 1896 and is one of the university's oldest buildings. It is our all female residence hall and features 3 stories of "Victorian" atmosphere capable of housing 97 students.
All Manzanita Hall rooms come with furniture for each student including a bed, a desk, dresser space, and plenty of closet space. Each floor has its own traditional community bathroom complete with showers.
Rooms in Manzanita hall are a variety of all different shapes and sizes. They consist of single and double occupancy rooms. This photo shows a double occupancy room on the first floor.
Located in the basement there is a vend-a-card operated laundry facility that include several washers and dryers. It is open 24 hours a day to all Manzanita Hall residents and every semester Nevada Housing hosts a free laundry weekend.
Manzanita Hall shares a main lounge with Juniper Hall that features a big screen TV, basketball hoop, and a pool table. Both halls host programs here for their residents including movie nights and pool tournaments.
In addition to the lounge shared with Juniper Hall, Manzanita features a formal lounge including formal furniture, great for relaxing away your study stress.
In addition to the formal furniture the formal lounge even includes a grand piano where students often show off their talents.
Juniper and Manzanita Halls often have shared programs that involve students from both halls, so they tend to be quite large. This photo is an Asian Cuisine Program that the Resident Director hosted in their own apartment.