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Stewart Hall

Quick Facts

Built in 1966, Stewart is staffed by four RAs under the supervision of Resident Director Cy Bryan. Stewart is a unique housing option due to the suite style set-up (two rooms sharing an individual bathroom), offering an alternative to the community bathrooms presented in other halls. Complete with a large kitchen and a lobby with a pool table, Stewart fosters a beautiful community to all of its residents.

Stewart Hall Exterior
Stewart Hall
Stewart Community Exterior
Stewart Community Lounge
Stewart Hall Lobby
Stewart Hall Kitchen

Community Snapshot

  • Male & Female
  • 272 Residents
  • 2 Stories
  • 8 Resident Advisors
  • 1 Kitchen
  • 8/8 Washers/Dryers
  • Built 1966
  • 2 Community Lobbies
  • Suite-Style Female Rooms
  • Suite-Style Female Restrooms
  • Quad-Style Male Rooms
  • Miniature Community Style Male Restrooms
  • 6 minute walk from the center of campus (0.3 mi.)

Sample Rooms

Each room differs slightly, so your room may look different. There are many other ways to personalize the layout of your room from these samples.


Sample Stewart Room
Sample Stewart Room
Sample Stewart Room

Floor Plan

Plan your space! This floor plan shows the dimensions of a typical room in this residence hall. (Layout and measurements may vary somewhat from room to room.) To experiment with how you and your roommate(s) can lay out your space, just print out this page, cut out the furniture, and experiment with different arrangements. Alternatively, use a program like Photoshop or Canva to copy and paste the furniture in different spots. Keep in mind that some furniture can be positioned underneath your bed in order to maximize your floor space and storage.

360° Tour: Suite

360° Tour: Quad

About Stewart

Built in 1966, Stewart Hall is home to continuing students (i.e. sophomores, juniors and seniors), male residents in quad-style rooms and female residents in suite-style rooms. Located on the south end of campus between Hart Hall and Hope Hall, Stewart is a two-story building with a central lobby equipped with a kitchen and recreation area.

Stewart’s doors are secured by an electronic access system, so only students can access the building during the day, and only residents may enter the building at night. Each individual room is key-locked for student security. Security cameras outside and in common areas are monitored 24 hours per day, and Campus Safety patrols campus regularly to ensure student security at all times.


Hall Amenities

  • Suite-Style (Female)
  • Air Conditioning
  • Quad-Style (Male)
  • Heating
  • Nearby Parking
  • Doors Open Outside
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Vending Machines
  • TV in Lounge
  • Community Kitchen
  • Bike Racks
  • Surf Board Storage Closets (Male)
  • Rennovated Lounge
  • Outdoor Patio
  • On-Campus Dining
  • 24/7 Campus Security

Room Amenities

Per Student

  • Bed (view bed styles)
  • Desk
  • Standard Twin Mattress
  • Desk Chair
  • Bookshelf
  • Dresser Drawers
  • Wardrobe or Closet
  • Towel Bar
  • Mirror

Per Room

  • Window & Blinds
  • Wastebasket

Campus Amenities

  • Wifi Internet
  • Mailbox
  • On-campus Dining
  • Printing in Library
  • Tennis Courts
  • Basketball Court
  • Swimming Pool
  • Exercise Gym
  • Sand Volleyball Court
  • Soccer Field
  • Running Track
  • Baseball Field
  • Softball Field

Community Life

What Residents are Saying

Stewart is big community in a small setting. With the quad/suite rooms you really get close to your quad/suitemates while still being apart of a larger community.

-Blake V.

Stewart is what you make it, you can choose to be apart of the tight community or not. It is especially good for incoming students who don’t know what they want from the Biola community.

-Jake M.

Community Traditions

  • Mock Rock
  • Nationball
Stew-Hart residents celebrate Nationball 2014
Stewart residents
Stewart residents

Nationball photo courtesy Jenny Oetzell/THE CHIMES.


Cy Bryan

Resident Director

"I was born in Cambridge, England, and then was raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for most of my life. I spent my last two years of high school in Chicago but I hated the cold, so I moved out to warm California. I lived in Stewart for four years and love its intimate community and many quirks. I hope that as the Stewart Resident Director I will be able to continue encouraging the weird and wacky community that has been built."

— Cy Bryan