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About the Namesake

Appelt Hall is named after Leslie L. Appelt ’41 and was constructed in 1989. Mr. Appelt served in WWII as an operations officer, and then became a real estate developer in Houston, Texas.

He is a trustee of Texas A&M’s Development Foundation. In addition, ‘Les’ served as president of the Former Student Association in 1971 and on the board of trustees from 72-89. Philanthropy has been a main objective of Mr. Appelt, as he has given $3 million to the University, with a stipulation in his will for an additional $5 million.

Modular Hall

  • Double Room

Quick Reference

Building AbbreviationAPPEBuilding Capacity300
Building Number0293Built In1989
Residential AreaSouthsideRenovated In2015
Hall StyleModular HallGenderMale
Room TypeDouble RoomsLiving Learning ProgramNone


Get a feel for all that Appelt Hall has to offer by scrolling through the photo gallery. If you prefer, check it for yourself and join us for a tour.


Physical Address:
660 Mosher Lane, College Station, TX 77840

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Fully furnished rooms

Designed for community

Academically-oriented environment

Convenient location

  • Walk or bike to class
  • Near parking lot 40 and the Southside Garage
  • Easy access to The Commons and dining

Worry-free features

  • Professional, on-site maintenance
  • 24-hour, on-call staff
  • Card-controlled access
  • Security officer
  • Roommate matching available
  • Bike racks nearby