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Overview

Anderson Hall houses up to 160 students and is available to first-year and upper-division students of all majors. It is located on the North side of campus, across from the athletic and recreation facilities, and just West of the the studio arts and music facilities.  Anderson's quiet and friendly atmosphere make it a pleasant place to live and study.

Room Rates  

 

Anderson Floorplan

 

Sample Room Floorplan - Anderson Hall, Berry Hall, Morey Hall

Anderson Hall Features

Bathrooms: Toilet and shower facilities on each floor


Kitchen: Three (3) student community kitchens available


Laundry: Coin-operated washers and dryers


Game Room: Equipped with a pool table, ping-pong, and fooseball


Air conditioning: Main lobby only. Window air-conditioning units are prohibited.


Parking: Off-site, Lot #1  View Campus Map


Quiet Hours: 9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.


Security: Keycard access to building, key access to rooms. Hall is accessible between 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Monday - Friday; otherwise, keycard access is required. Weekends have 24/7 lockdown, requiring keycard at all times. 


Visitation: 24/7 on all floors


Mailing Address:
Your Name
Anderson Hall, Room #
Wayne State College
Wayne, NE 68787

Furnishings and Amenities

• One XL twin bed (per student)
• One desk and chair (per student)
• One dresser and closet (shared)
• Sink with medicine cabinet (shared)
• Free wi-fi and wired internet access
• Free cable, HBO, and Cinemax
• Miniblind window coverings

 

 

What Can I Bring?

• TV
• Small microwave
• Mini-fridge

Note: Only one refrigerator per room is allowed. Refrigerators must be UL approved and cannot exceed 5 cubic feet or operate on more than 120 volts. A refrigerator rental service is available.

 

 

Questions? Contact:

Office of Residence Life
Student Center, Room 201
reslife@wsc.edu | 402-375-7318

Anderson Hall Desk: 402-375-7264
Monday - Friday: 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Saturday, Sunday: Noon to 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

 

"I never knew that a dorm could feel so much like a home.  Anderson Hall is one big family living between four floors.  The large lobby is perfect for hanging out with friends and getting to know people.  It's a mixed dorm, so you get to know new students as well as upperclassmen!"

 

Mikala Farrier, '17

B.S. English Writing and Literature, Minor in International Studies
Hometown: Lindsay, Neb.