Bowdle Hall and O’Bannon Hall
Bowdle and O’Bannon Halls are located on the north end of campus next to Storms Hall, Souther Field, and Schimmels Park. These residence halls offer students cluster style living areas complete with big-screen TVs, pool and ping-pong tables, couches, and tables/chairs. Microwave ovens and refrigerators are also available in the clusters. Vending machines are conveniently located in the residence hall, and coin/card-operated laundry facilities are located on the first and fourth floors. An elevator is also available in the building. Four students occupy a two-bedroom suite with a shared bathroom. The bathroom contains a double sink, shower stall, and a private toilet. Each bedroom has two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chests of drawers, and two closets.
Inside Bowdle and O’Bannon Halls
Meet the Resident Director: Teagan Lenox
While attending Lee University during my undergraduate, I was profoundly impacted by my time in Residential Life and Housing. I learned what it meant to listen well and care for those around me. I was supported and challenged to grow in every aspect of my life. As a Resident Director, I now get the privilege to continue walking alongside students as they learn and grow into the person God has designed them to be. My hope is that I create a safe and supportive space for students as they navigate the complexities of life. I love seeing the growth in students throughout the year and how unique each of them are. I pray the Lord will lead me as I help lead these students this year.