Constructed in 1912, Mynders Hall is a residence hall for female students. In the
early years, Mynders Hall also housed an infirmary and, until 1923, included a dining
area. During WWII it served as a dormitory for U.S. soldiers, and is the one building
on campus that has a history of ghostly encounters. If it helps you sleep better at
night, the specter is generally characterized as a friendly spirit who provides a
protective watch over the women who reside there. Because of the unique architectural
design of Mynders Hall, this building is not air conditioned.
Mynders Hall is located in a central location of campus making all dining facility
buildings very accessible.
- Type: Female Residence Hall
- Capacity: 142 residents
- Double Rooms
- Small Single Rooms
- Medium Single Rooms
- Large Single Room with private bath
- Centrally located on Campus