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Home of the Arts & Social Justice Living-Learning Community (6th floor - East), Wilson is a space for visual artists, performance artists, and creative writers to connect, engage, and inspire art in the interest of positive sustainable change.
The Arts + Social Justice Living Learning Community is only available for the current academic year of 2016-2017, after that it will no longer be available.
Through the arts, we aim to engage multiple communities and to explore interpersonal and systemic issues of social justice to create spaces that will challenge paradigms and transform the lives of our residents, our campus community, and our world. In line with the goals of this community to explore, engage, and examine the world beyond traditional identity norms, this community will be Gender-Inclusive. By choosing to be a part of this community, all participants agree to live in a gender-inclusive space which includes the shared use of a single-stall gender-inclusive bathroom, in addition to the separate men's and women's bathrooms on the floor.
This new community is open to all students of all majors. Experience or expertise with art or social justice not required. Several classes are required for residents via the School of Language, Culture, and Society (SCLS).
There is a resident director serving Wilson Hall, and two resident assistants (RAs) on each floor. Rooms are coed by neighbor with a men's and women's bathroom on each floor.
Wilson Hall houses approximately 350 students, and floors one through five are open to general room selection.
Wilson has singles, doubles and triples available.
Non-moveable furniture on floors two, three, five and six (Build your own loft kit only). Moveable furniture and rentable loft-kits available on fourth floor.
Starting Fall 2017, each hall will have a mix of gender-specific and non-gendered bathrooms.