Traditional Residence Halls
Pfeiffer Hall is home to about 170 male students, but that wasn't always the case. It was actually built to house our growing female population in the early '40s. Union women lived there until 2006.
About 70 female students live in Lakeside Hall. But in 1964 when it was built, only men lived there. After it was remodeled in the early '90s, it reopened for women.
Originally known as the C wing of Stevenson Hall, this building houses junior and senior men and women. What about wings A and B, you ask? Go in the atrium of Sharp Academic Center, and you'll find a brick wall that once the exterior of wing A. Wing B is now an open lawn.
Stewart Apartments is made up of eight suites, each accommodating six upperclassmen, both men and women. Suites feature individual sleeping quarters, washers and dryers, fully-equipped kitchens and patios or balconies overlooking our pond.
Upperclassmen live in College Courts, located behind the baseball field. Each apartment accommodates two students and features a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom, common living area and bedroom. The apartment complex also has a laundry room.
Additional off-campus housing available through Union College includes Manchester House, Manchester Flats, Manchester Duplex, Manchester Apartments and the Service House. These are all located across the road from Robison Memorial Arena. All of these apartments and houses feature fully-equipped kitchens and laundry facilities, and hold between three and six students.
Union Courts, located across on College Street across from Conway Boatman Chapel, housing two students per unit, and each has its own bathroom.