About the Namesake

Wells Hall is named after Clyde H. Wells ’38 and was constructed in 1989. Mr. Wells died in 1987.

Mr. Wells was a rancher. He served as a member of the Texas A&M System Board of Regents for nearly 25 years including 12 years as Chair of the Board. In 1967, Mr. Wells was named “Man of the Year in Texas Agriculture” by the Texas County Agricultural Agents Association. He was active in land development and banking.

2021 – 2022 Rates

Modular Hall

  • Double Room

Visit our rates page to see the proposed rates for 22-23.


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

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Fully furnished rooms

Designed for community

  • T.V. lounge
  • Community events and socials
  • Resident advisors
  • Public hallway phones on each floor
  • Community Kitchen

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
Building Abbreviation: WELL
Building Number: 290
Housing Area: South
Hall Gender:
Single Gender by room (1st & 2nd Fl)
Single Gender By Floor (3rd & 4th Fl)

Number of Hall Staff: “4 RAs, 1 GHD”
Year Constructed: 1989
Style of Building: Modular
Style of Bathroom: Private
Number of Floors: 4
Total Number of Rooms: 120

Building Capacity (not including overflow): 235
Number of Overflow Spaces: 6, Locations Study Rooms 105, 205, 405
Number of ADA Modified Rooms*: 137, 138, 139
Remote Control Doors: Exterior & Modified Rooms
*ADA Modified rooms have 4″” curbed shower floor or bathtub with shower curtain and strobe fire alarm device. Room 138 has emergency backup electric power.

Recent Renovations
2021: Complete heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system replacement, LED lighting upgrade; Renovation of 1st floor lounge to include a community kitchen; Renovated ADA rooms to include roll-in shower, and other ADA compliant upgrades.
2016: Installation of vinyl wood plank flooring in all student rooms. LED lighting upgrade in hallways and commons areas. Painted walls and handrails in stairwells

Room Flooring: Vinyl Wood Plank
Hallway Flooring: Carpet

Furniture Style: Mobile
Bed Style: Loftable
Mattress Size: 36″ x 77″
Bed Size: 36″ W x 80″ L

Desk and Pedestal Size (2) chairs included
Desk: 32″ W x 24″ D x 30″ H
Pedestal: 18″ W x 24″ D x 30″ H
Clearance under Desk: 28.5″ H

Dresser Size (2): 30″ W x 24″ D x 30″ H  –  3 drawers
Bookshelves (4):  (2) 24″ W x 10″ D x 30″ H   –  (2) 24″ W x 24″ D x 30″ H

Number of Windows & Size with blinds: 1  –  46.75″ x 99″

Room Dimensions
Living Area: 11′-10.5″ x 19′
Entry Area:  11′ x 3.5′
Ceiling Height: 8′-4″
Closet Size (4):  (2) 24″ x 57.5″ x 84″  –  (2) 25.5″ x 45.5″ x 99.5″

Bathroom Dimensions: 4′ x 13′
Counter Space: 24″ x 70″ w/ 1 sink  –  Shelf under mirror
Counter Space: 23.75″ x 46.75″
Clearance under vanity: 22″
Shower Type: Shower Enclosure w/ Shower Door

Hall Features
AC individually controlled, ice & vending machines, TV lounge, 7 washers/8 dryers (all on 1st floor), Study Room 305
Residents may not paint or use contact paper, wallpaper or adhesive tile to alter or make modifications to the residence hall room or apartment.