Dimmitt Hall


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The Lillian E. Dimmitt Residence Hall, more commonly referred to as Dimmitt, was named after Lillian Dimmitt who served as the Dean of Women for 26 years. Originally built in 1927, this historical gem underwent a renovation in 2015, ensuring a living experience that harmonizes the past with the present. From cozy single and double rooms to spacious triple and apartment-style dorms, you’ll find the perfect space to call home.


  • Recently renovated, offering a fresh and modern living experience.
  • Enjoy the comfort of air-conditioned rooms and take advantage of multiple social areas, an upgraded kitchen, and an exercise facility.
  • Dimmitt Residence Hall is the largest co-ed facility on campus, providing housing for approximately 400 students.
  • Abundance of amenities available, including study areas, lounges, kitchens, TV rooms, laundry facilities, and a print station.
  • Vibrant community atmosphere with dedicated Hall Directors, Head Residents, and R.A.’s.
  • Named after the esteemed Dean of Women, Lillian Dimmitt, this historic hall has a rich legacy that combines classic architecture with contemporary conveniences.
two students studying in dorm room in Dimmitt Hall

Dimmitt FAQs

Residents :

  • Freshmen & Sophomores

Included Furnishings:

  • Twin/Twin XL Bed
  • Loft/Bunk
  • Desk & Chair
  • Dresser/Closet

Building Features:

  • Free laundry
  • Study and TV lounges
  • Information desk
  • Computer print station
  • Vacuum cleaners
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Public kitchen facilities with stove, microwave, and fridge
Roommates playing cards in dorm