Nearly half of Westmont’s first-year students call Page home. If you know alumni who have lived in this residence hall, you have probably heard their nostalgic enthusiasm for their first-year experience. Page Hall is named after a beloved professor who taught in the 1940s.
Page’s traditional layout, in which all the rooms open to a long, central hallway, offers many opportunities to meet others and forge new friendships. The hallways are convenient for gathering a late-night pizza party, sharing ideas about a class project, or simply enjoying some casual conversation. Page is located near the library, the post office, and Westmont’s administrative offices.
Rooms occupy the second and third floors of the building, and many offer pleasant views of the ocean and adjacent hillsides. Men and women live in separate sections and plan creative social activities together each semester. A majority of rooms house three students.
The spacious and sunlit multipurpose room on the first floor draws community-wide events such as Vespers (the student-led Sunday evening worship service), and a variety of forums on current issues.