Wells House, the very first residence hall built on campus, houses 442 men and women. This U-shaped, centrally located residence hall is designed with two- and three-person room style accommodations, as well as four-person suite-style accommodations, all on single-gender floors.
Each room-style living unit is equipped with movable furniture and tile floors. The suite-style living units, reserved for upper classman students, include two carpeted bedrooms connected to a living room with an area rug and a kitchenette. A large community bathroom is located on each floor providing ample individual stalls and showers.