This mid-century style brick hall houses about 85 female students. The building is named for two of Corban’s early employees, Carrol and Fern Aagard, who made a difference as missionaries to the Philippines. Facilities include four community spaces, a sizable laundry room, two full kitchens, and private bathrooms in each room. Aagard Hall’s open floor plan contributes to its residents feeling connected across floors.
Aagard’s all women building provides two-person dorms and quads across all three floors, each with their own private bathroom.
- Loft Beds (Bunks Optional)
- Desks & Desk Chairs
- Walk-In Closet
- Private Bathroom
- Paid Utilities
- Community Areas
- Large Laundry Room
- Full Kitchens
Each fall, Aagard hosts the Basement Bash, a pumpkin-painting, dancing, trick-or-treating party.
Some other events that occur in the residence halls are weekly Bible studies between small groups, RA-led outings and activities, and monthly community gatherings with your residence hall.
- Aagard (Building C) is placed at the center of Deer Park Drive with their parking (Lot C) between the entrance of Warrior Way and excess parking (Lots A and B)
- From the Clocktower (Building 2), head down the road to the end of Schimmel Hall (Building 25)
- Turn left down the side of the building and then take a right towards a flight of steep stairs that lead to Aagard (Building 1).