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blazed the trail for nine more dormitories to be built within

the

decade.

Baird

in

1963

In

1962

White

Hall

and

both

Wentz

and

was

established

Laux

in

1964.

followed

by

Then

in

1966

three additional halls were erected namely Drake, Coate and

Angell.

Sanford

and

Hutchison

Halls

rounded

out

the

construction of residence halls and were both opened in

1967.

To

date

no

additional

halls

have

been

built

(Quarberg,

1986) .

Along with Wilder and Grandview halls; Trowbridge, Baird,

Wentz, Drake, Angell and Hutchison were initially for women.

Eventually all but Angell became coeducational residence halls.

In accordance with Reuter Hall; White, Laux, Coate, and

Sanford

were

established

as

male

living

facilities.

Each

of

these halls evolved into coeducational halls as well (Guarberg, 1986).

In 1966, changes in the Student Affairs division, essentially wrought the formation of the Housing Operation

at

the

University.

At

that

time,

the

positions

of

Dean

of

Student Services and Dean of Student Activities were deleted

and a new position was formed, namely Dean of Student Affairs.

The Dean of Men, Dean of Women, and the student personnel

directors were responsible, through the Dean of Student Affairs,

to

the

administrative

officers

of

the

University.

The

Housing

Office became a separate service with a close relationship to

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