Apartment-style living with on-campus convenience
The newest of our residential facilities on campus, Segelhorst Hall first opened for residents in August 2007 and was designed to expand housing options available for upper-class and graduate students. Each apartment features a common living area, kitchen, and two full bathrooms.
Segelhorst Hall consists of six fully furnished apartments, each with four private bedrooms. Because these apartments include full-kitchens, students living in Segelhorst are not required to purchase the campus meal plan.
The $2.2 million project was made possible by a generous contribution from Knobby and Mary Ellen Segelhorst, for whom the building is named, and by the Rasmuson Foundation.
What’s in a typical unit in Segelhorst?
- Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, oven & dishwasher
- Living Room with sofa, armchairs, tables & entertainment unit
- 2 full bathrooms
- 2 common storage closets
- 4 private bedrooms with:
- Loftable twin-size bed
- Desk & desk chair
- Book shelf
- Closet space