Gunn Hall is a co-ed residence hall, joined by a main lobby and a basement.
The building houses 180 students and is composed of two wings: one wing which houses the Advanced Academy of Georgia and the other which houses same sex students.
Residents of Gunn Hall are neighbors to the East Commons Dining Hall and are a short walk from the academic quad.
Residents can also enjoy the outdoor deck with seating areas which provides outdoor grills for students to use. A few other amenities include: a surround sound TV in the basement, laundry facilities, vending machines, a pool and ping pong table and a full-service kitchen.
Resident Director: Susan Wood
Hello, I'm Susan. I'm originally from Northern California, but went to Southern Oregon University to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Communication. Upon completing my undergraduate studies, I road tripped from California to Carrollton, Georgia. I ventured to Georgia to take on the role of Resident Director for Gunn Hall and to seek a Master's degree in Student Affairs. When I'm not working or attending classes for my program, I love to spend time with friends. I'm really big on board games, but I also enjoy hiking, bowling,volleyball, etc.
Residence Life Coordinator: Hailey Macke
Hello, my name is Hailey E. Macke, I and I am the proud Residence Life Coordinator of Oaks, Bowdon, and Gunn. I grew up in a rural town in Indiana where I have a big family that supports my nomadic life. I moved to Indianapolis to earned my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Here is where I found my passion to work on college campuses specifically with Housing and Residence life and Health Promotion. I moved to Texas in the summer of 2015 and earned my Masters of Education Administrations with a specialty in Student Affairs and Administration and Higher Education from Texas A&M University. I continued to work in Housing and Residence Life while also learning and partaking in their traditions. I have had the opportunity to be a part of creating new or carrying out existing large events and I hope to Howl with the Wolves of West Georgia and continue making a difference in my sphere of influence.
There are so many generas in Higher Education and Student affairs but I am specifically passionate about helping students to find their place in college, help others to understand people who are different than themselves, and health promotion. I value the experience of "Explore New". This could be new food, new book, new church, new town. I believe that by taking on new experiences we can better understand each other and that may lead to change. Even small change is important and it can perpetuate into big change. If you are ever wanting to stop by my office and tell me about yourself, values, views, ambitions, or experiences I would love your company. As I mentioned I am also passionate about health promotion if you ever see me out walking my dog Wilbur please stop and say hello and walk a little with us.
I am the Residence Life Coordinator for Gunn Hall which is an all female hall on the East Side. We are all first year residence halls on this side of campus. I supervise The Gunn Hall Graduate Resident Director and a student staff of 5 Resident Assistants. We aim to Lead, Serve, and Impact. GO WEST GO WOLVES!