Living on campus

Guenzi-Read-Breidenbach (GRB) Hall

619 Landrum Lane Sterling, CO 80751

Built in 1997, Guenzi-Read-Breidenbach Hall is reserved for the sophomore and honors students on campus. This suite-style residence hall features many perks that students are looking for. GRB includes a bathroom and main living space in each suite, as well as larger bedrooms and closets.
Guenzi-Read-Breidenbach (GRB) Hall

Guenzi-Read-Breidenbach Hall is home to majority sophomore and honors students and is a very academically driven residence hall. GRB Hall is different than many of the other dorms on campus because of the 4-person suite-style rooms, which allow the residents to share a main living area and a bathroom in each suite.

Students enjoy keeping each other company in the living areas of each others suites, in the lobby, and in the study area, both of which are shared with Williams Hall. The study area allows students from both halls to watch TV, use the computers to study, and cook a meal in the community kitchen.

Built in 1997, Guenzi-Read-Breidenbach Hall features four-person suites with a private bathroom, a main living area, and two bedrooms with large closets. The rooms also come with a desk for each student and storage space. GRB hall has the ability to house up to 58 residents and shares a lobby with Williams Hall.

Features of Guenzi Read Breidenbach Hall:

  • Suite-style rooms (each with private living room and bathroom) 
  • Co-ed hall (Sophomore and Honor Student priority) 
  • Main lobby with study area
  • First floor kitchen and TV lounge
  • Wi-Fi in all rooms and common areas
  • Wired internet connections (ethernet cable not provided)
  • Phone and cable hook ups in each suite
  • Free laundry facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Carpeted suites 
  • Extra-long, height-adjustable beds (Twin XL: 39" x 80")
  • Elevator 
  • Indoor mailboxes
  • Secured building with key/ID access

ADA Compliance

Guenzi Read Breidenbach (GRB) suites 101, 102, and the common areas of GRB are ADA compliant per the 1997 Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).