Completely redesigned and renovated in 2016, Martindale Hall is the largest living unit on campus, with 79 beds available. Martindale has a variety of room and suite configurations, as well as student-centered common gathering and study spaces, both inside and outside. The Hall includes dens, lounges, and study spaces, bike storage, a media room, and a kitchen inside and patios, seating spaces, and a barbecue outside. Martindale Hall is situated on the south edge of the Fuller Arboretum, near to Byron P. Hollett Little Giant Stadium, the Fine Arts Center, and Center Hall. The Hall is named for Elijah Bishop Martindale, who graduated from Wabash in 1926 and was a Trustee from 1957 to 1967.