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. Because these apartments include full kitchens, students living in Segelhorst are not required to purchase the Gold Meal plan.
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