Meadows Hall

Meadows was completed in 1999 and named in honor of Dr. Clyde W. Meadows, alumnus and bishop emeritus of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. Meadows Hall and twin sister Miller Hall share the same unique floor plan. The smallest of the residence halls, Meadows Hall only has 48 total students, with 16 per floor. Each floor contains a full kitchen with dual ovens, microwaves and resident specific food pantry. Each room has a mini-fridge, as well. This hall is comprised mostly of upperclassmen.

  • Gender: Female
  • Bathroom Style: Suite
  • Floor Layout: Suite
  • Residents/Hall: 48
  • Residents/Room: 2 or 1
  • Residents/Suite: 8
  • Desk: Yes
  • Under bed space: Yes
  • Mattress: 8” thick extra long twin
  • Air conditioning: Yes
  • Carpet: Yes
  • Mirrors: Yes
  • Fridge: Mini-fridge provided in each room
  • Vacuum: Available on floor

The History Behind Meadows Hall

Bishop Todd Fetters shares the history behind Meadows Hall at Huntington University.