A Northwestern College student hangs out in her dorm room in Stegenga Hall.

Stegenga Hall

Built in 1996, Stegenga Hall—nicknamed Steggy—houses 200 women. Traditions include the Steggy Keggy (with kegs of root beer) and all-hall Christmas tree decorating.

"I've grown so much by experiencing living with another person. Dorm life is kind of like a sleepover every night. My best friends live right next door, and we're all just one big family." Darby Skillern, Stegenga Hall

Celeste Ryan, resident director

  • 3 floors/102 rooms
  • 2 students/room, shared bathrooms
  • 10'10" x 16'7" rooms with sheetrock walls and carpeted floor (room dimensions and furniture layout)
  • Bunk beds, dressers, desks
  • Air conditioned
  • Coin-operated laundry and community kitchen (students required to have a cafeteria meal plan)
  • TV lounge, computer and study lounges