Caldwell Hall houses approximately 100 female students, predominately freshmen. The typical double-occupancy room size is 11" by 16". Community bathrooms are located on each floor, and have just recently received a complete makeover. Two Resident Assistants live on each floor, and a professional Resident Director lives in an apartment on the first floor. A cozy lounge with a hardwood floor and comfortable furniture is on the first floor, along with a small community kitchen, vending/snack room, and a public restroom. Majestic pine trees shade a large terrace just outside the lounge. The laundry room is located in the basement level.
Caldwell Hall opened in 1967 and was named for Mignonne Caldwell. She was a voice teacher at Belhaven for many years and founder of the original Singing Christmas Tree, a time-honored tradition at Belhaven University.
Description of Caldwell rooms:
Blueprint of Caldwell Room
2 Bookshelves – fixed to walls, with two shelves: 24" W, 12" – 14" H
2 Desk Chairs with green upholstery
|Click on image to see an enlarged view of the room layout and dimensions.
Caldwell Hall is a women's residence facility.
For specific details of the room, see the paragraphs below.
2 Beds, with the option of bunking:
- 7' 1" long, 3' W, 6' H
- Beds are adjustable from 3" to 66" above the floor
- 80" extra-long mattresses – require extra-long twin sheets
Window: 37"W, 52" H
Window Covering: Blinds
Closet: 48" W rod; sliding doors
Closet Shelf: 34" H, 23" D; sliding doors
Additional Cabinet between closets: Same as above closet, with a shelf 9" H
Number of outlets: four
Floor: Light gray tile
Phone: 1 phone line; double voicemail system
Internet: Two hardwired T-1 lines and building-wide wireless access.
Mirror on wall
2 Towel bars or hooks
* All measurements and details are approximate. Some rooms may vary from the standard.