Pat Tarble Residence Hall is a traditional, all-female hall that is named for Pat Tarble, who, along with her husband, Newton E. Tarble, was a generous benefactor of the College. Tarble Hall is comprised of standard double rooms, a few single rooms, one quad room, and some suite-style options. Tarble Hall is comprised of seven communities.
Tarble is directly overseen by the area coordinator for Swenson, Tarble, and Denhart Halls. Tarble Hall also has a team of student staff to build community, help address student concerns, and serve as a resource for their peers.
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- Lounge on every floor
- Laundry facilities
- Lake views (for some rooms)
- Volleyball court
Tarble Hall is comprised of double rooms, a few single rooms, a few suite-style options, and a quad room. Traditional double rooms are approximately 14 feet by 11 feet including the closets, and single rooms are approximately 14 feet x 9.25 feet. Each room contains a bed, mattress, desk and chair, closet, and dresser for each resident. Most rooms also have a nightstand and small rolling storage unit for each resident.
Floor plan for a traditional double room in Tarble Hall. Please note: This plan is not drawn to scale. Furniture dimensions vary between residence halls.