Andre Hall is one of the four women’s residence halls. A sprawling “V” shaped building with many windows and a private central lawn, Andre is located directly across from Winning Hall. The hall, which houses approximately 170 women on three floors, also has a spacious parlor and the Andre Rec Room. Referred to as the “Andre Angels,” the women of Andre Hall enjoy suite bathrooms (shared between four residents). Each of the 90 rooms also has walk-in closets and a private sink room. Andre Hall provides second and third floor parlors and, like the other residence halls, provides laundry and kitchen facilities for convenient student use. The sweeping staircases and great architecture of Andre Hall make it a wonderful place to spend four years on campus.
Andre provides a varied atmosphere for residents, with some areas being more quiet and studious and others being more social. The large windows, grand staircase and shorter halls give the dorm a bright, open feel. The rooms vary in size and layout and the Resident Assistants work hard to give the halls a friendly atmosphere.
If you are interested in living in Andre Hall, or want more information about residence hall life at PUC, contact Andre Hall at (707) 965-7481 or Dean Annette Riebe at (707) 965-7461.
Andre Hall’s Annette Riebe wants you to know that she will not mother you. She prefers to be an objective listener and a wise guide, but she will not mother you.
However, she may bake you cupcakes on your birthday.
Riebe, who has served as a dean at PUC for 18 years, is known among the women on campus as an avid baker, often whipping up cakes and cookies for her residents’ special occasions. Other deans say she puts them to shame, but for Riebe, that’s just a fun hobby.
Her job involves a commitment to helping young women grow throughout their college experience. “I like watching students change from freshmen to seniors — the maturity they gain and how they come in here as uncertain freshmen and leave as competent graduates,” she says. “It’s a rewarding job.”
But she insists on letting her residents find their own way. “I try very much to not be their mother,” she says. “I try to be a friend who listens, who’s objective where someone closer to them might not be. And I try to have them figure out where do they want to go and what it is they want for their lives, and are their current actions helping them meet their goals.”
Riebe, who holds a B.S. in business education from Walla Walla College and a master’s in education from Loma Linda University, has spent her career guiding students as a dean, teacher, and registrar. She deaned at La Sierra University and Wisconsin Academy, and taught business education and served as the registrar at Newbury Park Academy before coming to PUC in 1991. She lives with her husband Don and their dog Faith.
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