Nora Chambers Hall is centrally located on the Pedestrian Mall, and residents enjoy close proximity to the Deacon Jones Dining Hall, classroom buildings, the Walker Arena, and the Paul Conn Student Union. Each bedroom has two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chest of drawers, two closets, a sink/vanity, and carpeted floors. Second and third floor rooms accommodate two students while first floor rooms accommodate up to four students. Renovated community bathrooms and showers are located on each floor. Nora Chambers Hall offers students TV lounges and kitchenettes with a microwave and full size refrigerator/freezer. It also has coin/card-operated laundry facilities on the first floor. A unique feature of Nora Chambers Hall is that it is connected by a hallway to Simmons and Tharp Hall.
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"By being an RD, I am able to help, encourage, and love young women who are in this monumental time of transition in their lives. I was impacted by Residential Life and Housing, and now I want to create lasting memories for my students as well. Nora Chambers and Simmons Halls are places where laughter, joy, tears, and lots of pajama parties happen, but it is also where the Lord is found, community is built, and authentic relationships are made. What better way to live out the fullness of Jesus by doing what He did: Living with people in their everyday lives. I love watching young women grow into the women God has so uniquely created them to be. By the end of the year, my hope is that each resident will leave knowing their worth and thriving in the passions the Lord has placed within them. My hope is to see each and every one of them leave knowing that they have the opportunity to love the world around them."
"Live in Fullness" - Ephesians 3:16-21
This year, Nora Chambers & Simmons Hall will continue to partner with an organization called The Zion Project. The Zion Project helps women and teens who have been sex trafficked around the Chattanooga and Cleveland area. We are thrilled to bring awareness to this issue within our community, and we are grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something that mirrors the restoration we find in Christ.