Hoover Apartments is named after Elizabeth Hoover, a professor of history who served as a member of the faculty from 1931 until 1972.Hoover is an apartment community for students who have earned at least 24 semester credits. Each apartment in Phase One has two double bedrooms (shared bedrooms). The apartments in Phase Two consist of four single bedrooms.New transfer students wishing to be assigned to Hoover Apartments should include a copy of their college transcripts with their housing applications since placement in Hoover is competitive. Priority is based on each student's cumulative grade point average and credit hours earned. Transfer students that wish to live at Hoover Apartments for the Fall semester should apply for housing no later than February 15th.
Constructed: Phase I: 1991 Phase II: 2011 Classification: Coed (single gender by apartment) Type: Apartments Location: Northern corner of campus, near the Student Union Building Occupancy: 158 Number of Floors: 2 Amenities:
Floor Plan of Phase One Floor Plan of Phase Two