The largest residence hall at Wabash College will undergo a renovation. The Board of Trustees has approved the redesign and renovation of Martindale Hall. The interior demolition is scheduled to start next month.

“We are tremendously excited about what Martindale Hall will become. This project is phase two of our investment in student housing, which includes six new facilities on the west side of campus. The redesign of Martindale borrows from the concepts of the new Residential Life District and will include different room configurations, common areas, group study rooms, and a large, inviting living room,” Wabash President Gregory Hess said.

The school says Martindale will be ready for students in August 2016. The building will house 79 students.

Martindale was built in 1961.

{{ articles_remaining }}
Free {{ article_text }} Remaining
{{ articles_remaining }}
Free {{ article_text }} Remaining Article limit resets on
{{ count_down }}