James Wickersham Hall
Built in 1957, Wickersham Hall accommodates 97 students. The three-story complex has four-person double suites in addition to single rooms. Wickersham Hall is co-ed by room with gender inclusive options available. Centrally located to lower campus, and is often the choice of students who want to live close to the heart of campus. Wickersham is a combination of shared and private space, each suite has a private bathroom and shared study space. Shower rooms and kitchens are available on each floor, with mini-fridges/ microwaves provided in each suite.
Need help after hours? Call the Resident Assistant on duty 907-712-7632.
Super-single rooms also available. Super-single room is a double room with one occupant.
- In-room mini fridge/freezer and microwave
- In-room wifi hotspot
- Free on-site laundry facility
- Kitchen (3)
- In the heart of campus
- Private sink and toilet in suite
- Shared study space in suites
- Furnished lounge
- Live-in staff
By the numbers:
- 3 Floors
- 57 Rooms
- 97 Residents
- Constructed 1957
- Planned renovation summer 2020
- Suite style rooms
Rates for Fall 2020 - Spring 2021
Our live-in professional and student staff are here to help our residents prosper in and out of the classroom.
Resident Directors (RD) have a background in student development. They are responsible for promoting a positive residential community, and facilitating large-and small-scale programs to help integrate residents into student life at UAF.
Resident Assistants (RA) have extensive training with student concerns and campus resources. They help organize social and educational programs throughout the year. They are trained in mediation and are available to help resolve any roommate conflicts within the community.
Desk Attendants (DA) work at the front desk of each residence hall. They promote safe a campus environment and offer general customer service, report emergency situations and work with RAs to address policy violations or safety concerns.
Karen Doherty, Resident Director
Anastacia Dorvall, Sierra Davis, Zong Moua
Svetlana Landt-Ortega, Alanna Bailey, Kiley Catchpole, Michaela Jackson
Not pictured: Cameron Busick,