Hodson Hall

Male


Hodson was constructed in 1996 originally as a women’s residence hall. In 1999 Hodson was converted to a men’s hall and is now home to 206 IWU men. Since it is a traditional hall housing Freshmen through Seniors, Hodson men benefit from the informal mentoring and peer support that can happen when students at every stage in their college experience share life and learning together. Hodson shares a common lawn with its sister hall, Evans. With two sand volleyball courts and a full-size lighted basketball court, the Hodson/Evans Lawn is alive with student activity and regularly hosts campus-wide programs and events.

Features

  •  Furnished
  •  Study Room
  •  Free Laundry
  •  High-Speed Internet
  •  Cable TV (Optional)
  •  Heat/AC
  •  Chapel
  •  Exercise Room
  •  Computer Room
  •  TV Lounge
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Residence Director

Joe DeGraaf
Vision for Hodson Hall:

“I want to see the men of Hodson Hall become world-changing leaders with a passion for serving God. I want each person who lives in this hall to be changed for the better and to pursue that positive change in the lives of those around them."


About

  • Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
  • Undergraduate School: Huntington University
  • Graduate School: Ball State
  • Strengths: Achiever, Relator, Learner, Input, Strategic
  • Hobbies/Interest: “I love spending time outdoors and especially in nature. Being in God's creation revives my soul. I also love spending time with my wife and two kids. When I get some free time, I like to read just about anything.”