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Stalnaker was WVU’s first residence hall, and was renovated to its original greatness in 1993. It is comprised mainly of upper-class students. Most rooms are two-bedroom suites connected by a bathroom, but there are four-person lofts and a handful of single rooms available, as well. Stalnaker has a dining hall, electronic classroom, several lounges, and three small laundry rooms.
The Stalnaker Hall Residential Learning Community theme, along with our sister-hall, Dadisman, is Leadership and Academic Success.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has designated Stalnaker Hall an historic building.
At Stalnaker Hall, we are committed to providing a living-learning environment which supports the academic endeavors of students and fosters the growth of the whole person. We promote student development by encouraging students to live cooperatively in a learning community, demonstrate good citizenship and character, and become involved in activities and leadership opportunities.
We seek to create a vibrant and caring residential learning community that inspires each individual to achieve his or her personal, academic and social goals, become an active member of the community, and develop and grow to their full potential through experiential learning.