Graybill Hall

Originally referred to as “The Annex,” this building was formally christened as Graybill Hall in 1989.

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Graybill Hall is located on the northeast side of campus, directly south of Gunsolley Hall. It is a five-story men’s residence hall, built in 1965 as an addition to Gunsolley and originally referred to as “The Annex.”

In 1989, it was formally christened as Graybill Hall in honor of Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Dr. Bruce Graybill, who taught at Graceland from 1961 to 1994.

Houses by floor:

  • Lower level: Tiona
  • First floor: Faunce
  • Second floor: Cheville
  • Third floor: Agape
  • Fourth floor: Stewart Manor

Special Features:

  • Wireless internet
  • Elevator access (for move-in days and special needs)
  • Two wired internet ports in each room (student must provide internet cable)
  • House lounge on every floor (shared by 45-48 men)
  • Laundry facilities on each floor (two washers and two dryers)
  • Room furniture for each occupant includes one chair and desk, one dresser, one wardrobe, and one bed.

Hall Address
Graybill Residence Hall
1 University Place
Lamoni, IA 50140

Contact Information
Residence Hall Director: 641.784.5383

Year Built

1965

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Rooms

99

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Capacity

225

Graybill Hall