• Nora Chambers Hall is centrally located on the Pedestrian Mall, and residents enjoy close proximity to the Deacon Jones Dining Hall, classroom buildings, the Walker Arena, and the Paul Conn Student Union. Each bedroom has two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chest of drawers, two closets, a sink/vanity, and carpeted floors. Second and third floor rooms accommodate two students while first floor rooms accommodate up to four students. Renovated community bathrooms and showers are located on each floor. Nora Chambers Hall offers students TV lounges and kitchenettes with a microwave and full size refrigerator/freezer. It also has coin/card-operated laundry facilities on the first floor. A unique feature of Nora Chambers Hall is that it is connected by a hallway to Simmons and Tharp Hall.

    About the Hall

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    Meet the RD

    Resident Director
    Rachael Amy,
    Resident Director

    "I became an RD because having the chance to foster growth through new opportunities is one of my favorite aspects of working with college students. As an RD, I get to help students envision success and journey toward it within a supportive and loving community. The hope I have for my residents in the coming year is that they learn to be the best version of themselves through intentional conversations, experiences, and relationships with others."

    Residence Hall Team
    The Residence Hall Team

    Theme/ Focus

    Love Does

    Community Outreach

    This year Nora Chambers has partnered with Second Life. Second Life is an outreach program to raise awareness and provide a safe place for victims of sex trafficking. We are thrilled to raise awareness in our dorm and be advocates about this important issue. Restoring dignity is the common thread of this organization and we are happy to partner in that effort.

    Inside Nora Chambers Hall

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