Named for Harris-Stowe State University’s longest-serving regent, the Rev. Dr. William G. Gillespie Residence Hall and Student Center (GRH) opened August of 2006. Gillespie Hall houses 228 upperclassmen students in four-bedroom suites, equipped with a furnished living and dining area, kitchenette and two bathrooms. Additional amenities include a workout facility, game room, laundry room, computer lab, and a private conference room.
Many other amenities are just seconds away on the first floor of the residence hall: the University Bookstore, a spacious lobby, Counseling and Health Services, Student Activities, the dean of Student Affairs, and the director of Residential Life. The Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Administration Building, which houses most classes, is only a two-minute walk from both residence halls.
|This is the Rev. Dr. William G. Gillespie Residence Hall and Student Center (GRH), the residence hall for upperclassmen.|
|All of Gillespie Hall's suites are laid out as seen above, with private bedrooms for all.|