Evelyn LeTourneau Hall is the building of the Trinity Hall cluster directly across the street from Gilbert Hall. ELH (as it's more commonly known) is named after our founder - Evelyn "Mom" LeTourneau. ELH originally opened as a Residence Hall for men, and transitioned to house to female students in the late 1990's. In Fall 2015, ELH will again be home to male students as we continue a multi-year renovation plan for all three "Trinity" Residence Halls.
Each floor in ELH has a centrally located lounge area furnished with plenty of comfortable seats, perfect for studying, hanging out, or playing games. Each floor also has a small kitchenette area with refrigerator, sink, and cabinets.
As a part of the renovation, we are removing the original built-in furniture and installing modular furnishings, similar to what we have elsewhere on campus.
Each room in ELH contains:
The rooms have a bank of windows across the back wall, with one of the four windows that can be opened. The windows are each 32 inches high, by 32 inches wide (130 inches total), and the bottom of the windows are 48 inches from the floor. Two rooms share an adjoining bathroom, and a sink and mirror are located in each room. A separate laundry facility is located to the east of the Trinity halls.
Each floor in ELH has a centrally located lounge and a small kitchenette area with refrigerator, sink, and cabinets.
The furniture in Evelyn LeTourneau Hall is built-in. The shelves above the beds are not included furniture, but something constructed by the students.
A sink and mirror are located in each room. Each room shares a bathroom with one adjoining room.