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Holton-Hooker is home to cluster-style units for first-year and honors students. Similar to traditional-style, cluster-style fosters a sense of community and residents quickly form relationships with each other. It’s common to see room doors propped open, hear music playing, residents chatting across the hall, and hanging out or studying in the lounges. This building has community style bathrooms, but offers lockers, private shower rooms, and less students per bathroom than traditional-style. Holton-Hooker is located on north campus near Fresh Food Co., Fuel, Kleiner Commons, the tutoring center, and Mackinac Hall, where most freshmen have classes. Cluster-style living encourages residents to build community by connecting with their floor mates, attend programing events, and other campus events. Holton-Hooker Learning & Living Center is also home to classrooms, meeting space, and Einstein Bros. Bagels, allowing students to focus more on classes and socializing in their space.
Double: $4,870 (2 students per room)
Triple: $4,500 (3 students per room)
*All rates listed are per person, per semester. Freshmen style housing rates include a 14+ meal plan.
Exact room dimensions and layout may vary. Furnishings and finishes may vary as well. We strongly recommend to wait until move-in to purchase items such as extra furniture or rugs once you are able to take exact measurements and determine how you want to set up your room.
Front Desk Location: Holton-Hooker Learning and Living Center
Desk Phone: (616) 331-3332
RA Duty Phone:
Holton-Hooker Learning & Living Center:
10880 Residence Dr. Apt. #
Allendale, MI 49401
All Living Centers offer Resident Assistants, Graduate Assistants and Professional Living Center Directors. Resident Assistants are typically undergraduate students at the sophomore level and above. Our Graduate Assistants are typically enrolled in the College Student Affairs Leadership program and all Living Center Directors have Master’s Degrees in College Student Affairs Leadership or similar degrees. All staff attend training prior to student arrival in the fall so that we can best serve our residents.