About Stewart Hall
Opened in 1966, the building was named for Lyman Stewart, Biola's founder, and also the father of Union Oil/UNOCAL and the Union Rescue Mission. Stewart is staffed by Resident Director Garrett Suhr and 8 Resident Assistants. In south campus alongside neighboring Hart Hall and Hope Hall, Stewart is close to the La Mirada Creek, which occasionally provides interesting views of local wildlife, and is also near the McNally campus recreational area.
Stewart is unique in that it has two different styles of room arrangement: The front section of the building is "Quad" hallways (four rooms opening off a small hallway with a shared restroom), while the rear section is "Suite"-style rooms, with two rooms sharing a bathroom. Stewart is co-ed, with male and female students living in separate sections of the building; men are in the Quads, while women occupy the Suites.
Stewart is partially air conditioned; the Suite sections have AC, the Quads do not, and each room has at least one window (Quad residents should consider bringing a fan!). Each student is provided the same furniture in each room: 1 desk, 1 two-shelf bookcase, 1 desk chair, 1 three-drawer dresser or drawer unit, a closet or clothes-hanging area, 1 twin bed with mattress (36" x 74" innerspring mattress), and 1 mattress cover. Each room also has a telephone, a wastebasket, and blinds/drapes.
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Resident Director Garrett Suhr.
Gender Male + Female
Number of Floors 2
Number of RDs 1
Number of RCs 1
Number of RAs 8
RD Office Ext x6231
Garrett Suhr, Resident Director