Ball Hall

Recently renovated Ball Hall is home to 90 students and several first-year Living Learning Communities (LLC) (crosslink to FYE/LLCs – 32.4). The first-year LLCs are meeting places for students to come together and collaboratively construct new ideas, traditions, and experiences. They are designed to help students succeed through their first year at Whittier College and beyond. These communities foster social well-being, academic enrichment, and individual growth, by providing each student with a sense of belonging on campus.

The double rooms in Ball Hall are 15.6' X 15.6'. The lounge area has a piano and cable television, a kitchen and a fireplace. Recent renovations in Ball Hall include kitchen, laundry room, and bathroom improvements, furniture upgrades in all main lounges, construction of new classrooms, and installation of wireless Internet. Eco-friendly elements include water-saving toilets, low-flow shower heads, energy-saving light bulbs, and each hall has its own recycling bins.

History

With a mid-century design and central location, the Dr. Frank Irvin Ball Resident Hall was completed in August 1966.


Resident Advisors

Name: Alyssa Adame '15
Major: Business Administration 
Hometown: Coachella, CA
Activities: Athenian Society, Residential Life Student Worker, QCTV
My best Whittier College experience: Pledging for the Athenian Society as a freshman has been a highlight of my Whittier experience, and I definitely recommend looking into and joining any society you may be interested in. 
My favorite Movie is: White Chicks because no matter what kind of mood I'm in or how many times I've watched it, it will always make me laugh out loud.
Hey there, Poets! My name is Alyssa and I will be Ball Hall's 1st floor RA this year. I am looking forward to meeting all of you and having another amazing year on campus. Feel free to stop by my room with any questions or just to say hi! We're going to make this year a great one. 

Name: David Jasso '15
Major: Political Science and Spanish
Hometown: South Gate, CA
Activities: Program Board, Student Feedback, Senate.
The thing I'm most excited about housing this year is: Getting to know all the residents this year. 
After college, I want to be: A lawyer. 
Hello, residents! My name is David Jasso and I'm excited to be your RA this year. As a second year RA, I'm looking forward to working with you all. If you ever need anything, don't hesitate to stop by and say what's up! See you all soon. Cheers! 

Name: Noor Mustafa '13
Major/Minor: Kinesiology/Spanish
Hometown: Highland, CA
Activities: CAAS student manager, private tutor
Hi, everyone! My name is Noor Mustafa and I'm going to be one of the Ball Hall RAs this year. I'm a Kinesiology major with a minor in Spanish and have lived in Jordan before moving to Southern California. I am really excited to get to know you all, so if you ever feel like chatting, please stop by and say hi!