Named after President Peggy Stock, Westminster's (and Utah's) first female college president, who served 1995 to 2002. The ground-breaking held on November 16, 1998 marked the dedication of the third and final building in the new Residential Village which opened Fall of 2001.
Stock, Behnken, and Olwell Halls are home to our upperclass resident students. All three buildings provide students the opportunity to live on campus in apartment-style housing. Students have their own rooms and share an apartment with up to five other people. The Halls also have laundry rooms, 24-hour security, Internet access in each room, computer labs, and recreation rooms.
Access to residential suites is from the east.
Access to lower level administrative offices (Campus Patrol / Alumni and Parent Relations) is from the west.
Accessible entrances: west, east
ADA compliant rooms: 7
Automatic doors: 2 - 1 west, 1 east
Reserved parking: west, Reserved Residential Parking Lot