Chase Hall is home to over 180 students and is named in honor of trustee Don Chase and his wife Barbara. Chase Hall, our newest residence hall, is a suite-style building; students live in doubles or triples and every two rooms share a bathroom. It has a vibrant community and great location at the center of campus. Chase Hall also has three classrooms and a study lounge in the basement, as well as a spacious lounge with a kitchen on each floor, which overlooks the campus quad. Chase Hall is designed for energy efficiency in accordance with Gordon’s broader aim to promote renewable energy and resources on campus.
Here's what a few students had to say about living in Chase:
"Living in Chase is fantastic! The rooms have high ceilings and are large enough to accommodate everything you could possibly need. The RAs of Chase are great and make a point of getting to know each individual through weekly floor fellowships and regular floor dinners. The Chase Events Council is known for putting on awesome events like pancake nights, dances, and coffeehouses."
"There is a common misconception about Chase that because it is suite-style dorm it does not have great community; however, I along with other residents can testify that this is not true! As long as you make it a point to be a part of the community you will love living in Chase. The centralized location of the building is a great benefit. You are never too far from anything on campus whether it is Lane Student Center or the Jenks Library."
Polly Woods, Chase Hall RD
"I love building relationships with college students. My favorite thing is sitting with a student and hearing the things that make them who they are, along with the things they’re thinking and wrestling with."