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Residence Halls

Brockman Hall

Brockman Hall was named after Lucille Brockman Lambert, a 1933 alumna of William Woods University, in 2003. Prior to the renaming, this building was known as Centennial Hall in honor of the first 100 years of William Woods University. This three-story building is an air-conditioned hall and is home to up to 80 undergraduate residents. Click here to take the virtual tour!

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks, two chairs, two chest of drawers with three drawers, two closets, and blinds for the windows. The bathrooms are community-style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Floor Plans

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Room size is approximately 10' x 15'

Fraternity Row

Fraternities represented at William Woods University are: Phi Gamma Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Sigma Tau Gamma.

Booth Hall

Booth Hall is the home of Pi Kappa Alpha. Booth Hall gets its namesake from Miss Fannie Willis Booth, who was a colleague of Dr. and Mrs. William Woods. Miss Booth was extremely visible on campus and held a variety of offices during the first 50 years of its history. This two-story building is home to undergraduate fraternity members. Click here to take the virtual tour!

Floor Plans

Cockrell Hall

Cockrell Hall is the home of Phi Gamma Delta. Cockrell Hall takes its name from Dr. E.R. Cockrell, president of William Woods University from 1924 to 1934. The original Cockrell Hall was built on Nichols Street, and then due to an ever-growing student body, a new Cockrell Hall with more living units was built in 1965. This two-story building is home to undergraduate fraternity members. Click here to take the virtual tour!

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks and chairs, two chest of drawers with three drawers, two closets, and window blinds. The bathrooms are community style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities
Floor Plans
Features
  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Room Size is approximately 10' x 12'

Serena Hall

This hall derives its name from the University's fourth president, Dr. Joseph A. Serena. This two-story air-conditioned hall is home to Sigma Tau Gamma. Click here to take the virtual tour!

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks, two chairs, two chest of drawers with three-drawers, two closets, and window blinds. The bathrooms are community style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities
Floor Plans
Features
  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life

Jones Hall

Named after the University's second president, James Benjamin Jones, this four-story independent residence hall is close to Tucker Dining Hall and houses approximately 61 students. Jones Hall is not air conditioned, but is equipped with a kitchen, laundry facilities, suite bathrooms, and a TV lounge. Jones is very popular with returning and equestrian students. Only a limited number of freshmen and transfer students will be assigned to Jones Hall.

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks, two chairs, two chest of drawers with three drawers, two closets, and blinds for the windows. The bathrooms are suite style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Floor Plans

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Rooms in Jones Hall vary in size

Virtual Tour

Lambert Hall

Lambert Hall was named in honor of Bruce and Lucille Lambert, generous benefactors, in 2003. Prior to that time, this hall was named Camden Point, which refers to the University’s 1848 origin as “The Female Academy of Camden Point”, located in Camden Point, Missouri. Lambert Hall is a three-story, air-conditioned hall, and is home to up to 88 undergraduate residents. Click here to take the virtual tour!

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks, two chairs, two chest of drawers with three drawers, two closets, and blinds for the windows. The bathrooms are community style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Floor Plans

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Room size is approximately 10' x 15'

Randall B Cutlip

One of our newest residence halls, Cutlip Hall, houses 62 upper-level residents on the southwest corner of campus (at the intersection of 12th & Ewing Street).

Cutlip Hall features two types of rooms: suite-style living in which 4 residents share a connecting bathroom and quad style living where 4 residents share a connecting bathroom and lounge area.

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin bunkable beds, two desks, two desk chairs, two chest of drawers with three drawers, two closets, and blinds for the windows.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Floor Plans

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Two social lounges with TV and DVD player
  • Two study rooms for personal and group use
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Room size is approximately 10' x 15'

Virtual Tour

Smith, Allen, Swearingen Complex

Although the complex is under one roof, each hall maintains its own identity. The individual halls within the S.A.S. complex are named after past presidents Dr. Harlie L. Smith, Reverend Frank W. Allen, and Dr. Tilford T. Swearingen.

The S.A.S. Complex houses approximately 180 students and is located near the McNutt Campus Center, Sports Complex, and the Burton Business Building.

Living Units

Each double room is air-conditioned and is furnished with two twin bunkable beds, two desks with a desktop bookshelf, two chairs, two three-drawer chests of drawers, blinds, and two closets. The bathrooms are suite style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • Full kitcens
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Room Specifications:

(ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE ESTIMATES)

  • Rooms: All rooms are approximately 10' x 18'.
  • Windows: All windows are approximately 73" wide, 49" high, and 32 ½" from the floor.

Floor Plans

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air-conditioned social lounges with televisions.
  • Suite bathrooms.
  • Full kitchenettes
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life

Virtual Tour

The Smith, Allen, Swearingen Complex is undergoing extensive renovations, but will be open for residency for the 2016-2017 academic year. Check back soon for more information!

Sorority Circle

The Sorority Circle residential complex is the home of four sorority organizations that are represented at William Woods University: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, and Delta Gamma. These three-story buildings are home to undergraduate sorority members.

Sorority Circle also includes a 250 seat Amphitheater for use by students and the campus community for theatrical, musical, and ceremonial events. The Amphitheater will be named after Sam Cook, a former William Woods University Board member.

Sorority Circle was created as part of The Imagine Campaign, which was established to raise funds to improve various aspects of the university. With the help of alumni, employees, donors, and friends, William Woods University raised nearly $10.8 million for the campaign.

Living Units

Each room is furnished with two twin loftable beds, two desks and chairs, two wardrobes with three drawers, two closets, and window blinds. The bathrooms are suite style.

Services included in the contract payment available in each room:

  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable television hook-up
  • All utilities
  • 24-hour coinless laundry facilities

Features

  • Close to everything on campus
  • Programs and activities to help residents meet one another
  • Air conditioning
  • Social lounge with TV and DVD player
  • Full kitchen
  • Support programs and personnel to help you adjust to college life
  • Room Size is approximately 10' x 12'