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Nattinger/Bradshaw Hall

Nattinger/Bradshaw is located on the west side of campus and is split into Nattinger Hall and Bradshaw Hall that share a lobby and front desk. It is the closest residence hall to all of the sports complexes, including the football stadium, the baseball and softball fields, and the Multipurpose Building. Because of its location, there are several parking lots nearby. It is also close to the library, Health Center, and Union, which houses a bowling alley, food (such as Chic-fil-A®, Taco Bell®, Steak 'n Shake®, Sub Connection and more), one of the University Stores, and is the hub for campus activities. The nearest dining center is Westside Market, which is conveniently located across the street in Todd Hall.


Hall Accommodations:

  • Accommodates up to 492 students
  • Largest first-year, west-side residence hall complex
  • 10-month housing option (open during break sessions, except summer)
  • Study room on first floor
  • Main TV lounge on first floor
  • Hall kitchenette on ground floor
  • Home to the Nursing SHIP
  • Carpet lounge with pool table and ping-pong table
  • Large study and programming lounge on ground floor


Room Features:
Bradshaw Residence Hall

  • All new bedroom furniture (fall 2010)
  • Two twin beds with extra long comfort-flip mattresses
  • One shared dresser
  • Two desks and two chairs
  • Blinds
  • Shared private bathroom in suite-style area
  • Wireless Internet and one Ethernet hook-up per room (free service)
  • Cable television hook-up (free service)


Nearby Academic Buildings:

  • WC Morris: Houses the Department of Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics, the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, and the Department of Biology and Earth Science
  • Wood/Martin: Houses the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Science. These include English, communication, history and anthropology, modern language, sociology, and speech pathology
  • Humphreys:Houses the ROTC program, Department of Health and Human Performance, Department of Safety Science, Department of Academic Enrichment, the Department of Criminal Justice
  • Ward Edwards: Home of the Harmon College of Business