Residential Houses 

 
Westminster owns various residential houses on campus, each varying in capacity and layout. Ranging from 2-6 residents, these houses are a great way for upperclassmen to experience living somewhere other than an apartment or dorm.Westminster also has some Themed houses spread thoughout campus and are each unique with their own theme. From being passionate about the ecosystem to being involved in campus spiritual life, these houses provide great environments for those students who live for topics like these.



RACHEL EWALT

Major:
Psychology, Pre-med, Alied Health Minor

Hometown:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Why Westminster?
I like the size.  I like having the opportunity to know my professors on a more personal level and then them actually know me.

Favorite foods?
Cupcakes and quesadillas

Favorite place on campus and why?
JCI because it is a good place to meet up with sisters and and we're abotu to get Starbucks there! :)

An interesting fact about you:
Over this past summer 2013, I have been doing neurobiology research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Advice to an incoming student:
Bring a filtered water pitcher.

Clubs and Organizations:
Alpha Gamma Delta, Peer Health Educators, Pre-Healthcare Professionals Association, Psi Chi, Tri-Beta




MELISSA HIRNER

Major:
Exercise Science

Hometown: Palmyra, Missouri

Why Westminster?
I chose Westminster because it was a small campus that has a close-knit community just like where I'm from (but bigger). 
 
Favorite food: 
Pistachios
 
Favorite place on campus and why? 
Coulter Science Center, because the biology professors are there and they are so fun to talk to and share ideas with!
 
An interesting fact about you: 
I LOVE to fish.
 
Advice to an incoming student: 
Don't be a hermit and stay in your room, GET OUT AND DO SOMETHING!
 
Clubs and Organizations:
Tri-Beta, World Health Empowerment Project (WHEP), Resident Advisor, Spiritual Life, Pre-Healthcare Professionals Association.