College of Arts & Sciences
Edgren is a residence hall for first-year students featuring 6 floors of 25 people, with traditional 2- and 3-person rooms. Located on “The Hill,” Edgren residents are able to be in close community with two other freshman halls: Getsch and Bodien.
Edgren and Bodien even share a common courtyard lovingly known as “Bodgren,” and Edgren students enjoy hanging out with all of our neighbors.
Each year the Resident Advisor team—the group of student leaders living within the residence hall and caring for the incoming freshman—develops a theme to characterize our hopes for Edgren for the year. This year we chose:
Broken. Beloved. Surrendered. Doing Life Together. (Romans 15:5-7)
We recognize as a community that we are broken. We each come with past experiences and areas of insecurity, fear, and sin. Yet in the midst of this brokenness, the Lord calls us Beloved. He sees us as worthy, blameless, and enough and desires for us to claim this identity for ourselves. As we draw closer to Him, we choose to surrender: to release our pride, plans, and striving and to take up a spirit of trust in Him. We acknowledge that being transformed from simply broken to being the beloved will require the Holy Spirit’s work in our life and thus radical surrender.
|Zach Horejsi, 120|
|Courtney Coulter, 209|
|Nate Auer, 220|
|Corissa Cram, 305|
|Mariah Anderson, 320|
|Kelly Soller, 405|
Each Room has 1 of each of the following depending on the number of students:
Students are encourage to bring their own bedding, decorations, and accessories to make their room a home!