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Gothic-styled W.N. Delzell Hall was named after W.N. Delzell. Delzell was a faculty member and Dean of Men at Peru State College from 1905 to 1939. W.N. Delzell Hall is a newly renovated, air conditioned, all-male residence hall that opened in 1939 and is located in the northeast corner of campus. It houses approximately 150 men.

Delzell 

All rooms include two desks with chairs, two three-drawer dressers, a closet, sink and mirror, and a set of bunkable extra-long twin beds. The bathrooms are centrally located on each floor. The Great Hall is located on the first floor and is comfortably furnished with a big screen TV for entertainment. The basement level holds the Game Room which serves as a gathering point for students with a large projection screen, a pool table, ping pong table, and lounge furniture.  Also located in the basement is a laundry facility and community kitchen.

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