Manzanita Hall

Built in 1896, Manzanita Hall has undergone renovations to accommodate up to 100 residents. You can explore Manzanita Hall online using our virtual tour or view a video with residence hall highlights.

About Manzanita Hall

Built in 1896, Manzanita Hall is a historic three-story building that can accommodate up to 100 residents.  Manzanita Hall was recently renovated in 2019 and connects to Juniper Hall, sharing a community lounge on the first floor. This hall faces Manzanita Lake, sits in the southern tip of campus, and features a basement study room and a private piano room.

Interactive tours

Our interactive tours of Manzanita Hall allow you to view a model, the floor plan and even take measurements to help you plan. 

Take the interactive tour of both Juniper and Manzanita Halls

Tour the bedrooms within Manzanita Hall.

Video tour

For residents who prefer a video option instead of the interactive tour, we've created a video tour highlighting Manzanita's main features with voiceover and captions. 

Watch the video tour

Hall features

  • 24-hour staffed front desk during academic sessions
  • Lounge with television, ping pong table, and patio access with lake view
  • Laundry facilities feature washers and dryers
  • Wired and wireless internet connection in every room
  • Same-gender by room, with gender-inclusive housing options available

Room features

  • Double (two person per room) occupancy
  • Communal bathrooms
  • Bedrooms and hallway fully carpeted
  • Each resident has a single, bunkable oak bed with Twin XL mattress
  • Each resident has a desk, chair, dresser, wastebasket and closet space
  • Window coverings on all windows
  • Adjustable temperature control for heat

Students eligible to live in Manzanita Hall

  • Freshmen and above