Walther Hall


This residence hall was completed in 1970 and named for Grace Walther, the first Director of Student Life and the organizer of Evangel’s student teaching program. The building was built concurrently with Krause Hall. Once completed, they became the second and third permanent residence halls. Walther Hall is a women’s hall with a capacity for 216 students. Walther Hall was renovated in 2006.

Walther Hall: A community of amazing, inspiring, genuine girls

Walther is full of beautiful, welcoming women dedicated to their walk with Christ, growth and development. With hearts of service and an ability to connect all floors through events and activities, Walther is a place of comfort, peace, and fun- a true home away from home.


Johnston, Camille 9.2016-LResident Director: Camille Johnston

Camille Johnston is in her first year as the residence director of Walther Hall. She and her husband, Brian, both served as Resident Assistants during their time at Evangel and are blessed to be in a position of service once again.

Camille was born in New York then moved to St. Louis, MO during her teenage years. She graduated from Evangel University with her undergraduate degree and completed her graduate work at Missouri State University. Camille loves people and is excited for the opportunity to serve the women of Walther.

“While serving under the leadership of my Residence Directors, I grew a love and appreciation for the investment made into not only my life as a student, but life as a woman of God. Through these experiences, my desire to see others reach their full potential in Christ has grown and continues to do so. I can’t wait to do life with these students and see God work in their lives!”

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