The west side of campus features Bond, Henderson, Puterbaugh, and Cramer Halls. Bond Hall offers special living arrangements such as break housing, all female areas, and a multinational wing. West campus halls are located near academic programs and facilities such as Optometry, Allied Health, Pharmacy, Hospitality, Creative Arts Center, Bishop Hall, Business Building, Interdisciplinary Resource Center. They are also near campus buildings such as Department of Public Safety and Ewigleben Sports Complex. West Campus also features a sand volleyball court and a basketball court.
Bond offers single style rooms with a large lobby area that is great for community building. Bond Hall also offers special living arrangements such as break housing and a LGBTQ+ living community. Bond also has a computer lab and study area available for use in its lobby area. Bond is our only residence hall on campus that offers break housing for students, and is a reason that most international students choose Bond as their home.
Cramer offers a mix of single style bedroom suites and three per suite style rooms. Three floors in Cramer have suites where two residents share one bedroom and a third resident is in a single bedroom. The remaining floors of Cramer are single bedroom suites. Cramer is the only residence hall on campus that has suite style rooms where their is a small common area in between the bedrooms that is shared. Cramer is the talliest building on campus and does have an elevator.
Puterbaugh offers single style rooms and has a medium size lobby area for community building. Puterbaugh also offers a private study room for students to use. Puterbuagh is one of three honors residence halls on campus. Puterbaugh and Henderson are both unique halls that are ajoined by the criminal justice academy.
Henderson offers single style rooms and has a medium size lobby area for community building. Henderson also offers a private study room for students to use. Henderson is one of three honors residence halls on campus and houses an honors office for students to meet with an honors college professional staff member. Puterbaugh and Henderson are both unique halls that are ajoined by the criminal justice academy.