Wallace Hall

Floor Plans

Residence Hall Director

Brett Gray

Wallace Hall Information

Wallace Hall is located on the corner of Macalester Street and Summit Avenue. Originally constructed in 1907, Wallace Hall is the oldest residence hall on campus. Now a co-ed dorm, Wallace once housed only women. The building is known for its hardwood floors, marble staircases, the formal lounge, and old charm. Wallace’s top floor was renovated in 2002 to create a study lounge and approximately 40 beds. Wallace 4 is a quiet living area, and Wallace 1 is a quiet and chemical free living area.
Resident Information: Wallace houses 165 sophomores. Meal plans are required of all residents.
Bathrooms: Each floor houses two bathrooms, one for men and one for women.
Laundry Facilities: Wallace shares laundry facilities with two other residence halls, 30 Mac and Bigelow Hall. There are approximately 6 washers and 6 dryers located in the basement below 30 Mac, located between Bigelow and Wallace.
Kitchen: There is a full kitchen in the formal lounge, including a stove, microwave, and sink.
Computer Labs/Internet Access: The nearest computer lab is located in Dupre or Kagin Commons. All rooms in Wallace are Ethernet accessible.
General Room Information: Wallace has singles, doubles, and triples.
Room Dimensions: Single: 12’0” x 11’8”; Double: 11’1’ x 16’0” ; Triple 1: 15’2” x 11’0” ; Triple 2: 16’8” x 10’4”;Twin extra long: 36'' x 80 ''
Room Furnishings: Wallace has traditional-style furniture with beds that can be debunked, desks, and a lounge chair in each room. All rooms in Wallace have sinks.