Page 25 of 107 Updated 1.25.17 Behrens Hall With a designed occupancy of 176, this four-story, traditional-style residence hall provides space for all second- year male residents in designed double rooms with community bathrooms and a small number of specially designed suite rooms and single occupancy rooms. This residence hall has both a Learning Commons (located on the second floor) that holds an intentionally designated space where students spend time engaged in academic endeavors and a Residential Commons (located on the first floor) that holds an intentionally designated space where students engage in leisure and community-building activities. Blanche Lange Hall With a designed occupancy of 135, this four-story, suite-style residence hall provides space for all second-year female residents on the Hardin-Simmons campus in designed double rooms. This residence hall has both a Learning Commons (located on the second floor) that holds an intentionally designated space where students spend time engaged in academic endeavors and a Residential Commons (located on the first floor) that holds an intentionally designated space where students engage in leisure and community-building activities. Hunter Hall In Hunter Hall men and women live in separate designated areas of the facility. With a designed capacity of 40, the top floor of this historic campus building, including a common space, is set aside for specially programmed themed housing focusing on topics such as outdoor recreation and sustainability. UPPERCLASS, GRADUATE, AND FAMILY HOUSING The final years of the collegiate experience contain specific academic and experiential needs centered on the conclusion of a degree program. The upper-class, graduate, & family housing areas are designed and programmed with this in mind. All facilities in this living area are equipped with kitchens and other facilities that provide for a more independent lifestyle, while still giving opportunity for community with neighbors. This living area is designed for families, graduate students, and undergraduates who have completed 4 semesters in the residence halls, are 21 years of age and older, and are taking 6 or more units per semester. University Place Apartments The university operates a 32-unit apartment complex that is completely furnished, and units are available in one, two, or four bedroom arrangements. All units have central heat and air as well as ceiling fans. In these units water, gas, cable, and Wi-Fi access are provided. Residents pay a flat rate for electricity each semester. There is an on-site laundry facility. Wolf Apartments The university operates a six-unit apartment complex which has priority for students from the Logsdon School of Theology. Each unit is furnished with a stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer, microwave, central heat and air, and ceiling fans. The Wolf Apartments are otherwise unfurnished. All units are two-bedroom, two-bath arrangements and designed for four students or one family. Residents are responsible for paying water and electricity expenses. University-Owned Houses The university owns approximately 60 homes in close proximity to the Hardin-Simmons campus. Many of these units came from Camp Barkley and were moved to campus after WWII. The units are primarily one-bedroom duplexes and two-bedroom houses. There are also limited three- and four-bedroom houses available. Residents are responsible for gas, electricity, and any other services they wish to provide (phone, Wi-Fi, cable). Each unit has central heat, but residents provide their own window air conditioners. Most houses have washer/dryer hookups. Many units have a backyard area.