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Harth Hall

Harth Hall

Harth Hall

Harth Hall, the newest residence hall on campus, was opened to nearly 100 female residents in January 2009. It immediately became one of the favorite residence halls for women. Harth residents enjoy the hall’s newly furnished suites and the size of the rooms. Harth also has an elevator and has a handicap accessible bathroom on each floor.

Hall Amenities

  • Lobby with Community Microwave and Television
  • Elevator
  • Study Room
  • Air Conditioning
  • Vending Machines
  • Bike Rack
  • Suite Style Bathrooms; One handicap bathroom on each floor
  • Laundry Room
  • Computer Room

Room Amenities

  • Capacity:

8 students per suite (2 per room)

  • Dimensions:

End rooms are 18’6” x 12’6”; other rooms are 16’10” x 10’

  • Floors:


  • Windows:

4’9” x 3’2”  windows with vertical blinds

  • Closet:

One 7’ x 2’ x 6’6” closet per room

  • Furniture:

Each room has 2 beds, 1 desk, and 2 chests; Each suite lobby has a table and chairs, a sofa, and an armchair

  • Mattress size:

All rooms have long mattresses (84” long)

All residence halls are smoke free. Each room has a cable television hookup (cable is free of charge), Ethernet and wireless internet connections, and a landline telephone connection. Laundry facilities on campus can be used by resident students free of charge.

Residence halls offer a limited number of rooms for students who are granted accommodations for allergies or other health issues. An application for an accommodation must be made to Dr. Tom Fish, Dean of Undergraduate Studies.



Pearl Wingeier

Archer Hall Director

Pearl Wingeier, from Pineville, KY, has been a UC hall director for over 26 years.  She has served as the director at Harth Hall since August 2013. She previously served as director of Hutton Hall and Gillespie Hall.

Pearl graduated from Cumberland College in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, and she obtained her Master’s Degree in Education in 1989. Since graduation, she has been involved with students in numerous capacities. She spent several years as an instructor in the INSIGHTS program and as co-coordinator of the Elder Hostel program. Pearl has served as a teacher in the intensive English program, working with international students. She also taught Sunday school to three-year-olds at First Baptist Church. 

All of Pearl’s memories at UC are her favorites—all of them have been good. “Working with college students keeps you young,” she says. She advises students to “enjoy your time here—it’s shorter than you think. Learn, live, and experience.”