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West Hall has a large kitchen and dining area on the first floor, equipped with several cooktops, ovens, a full-size refrigerator and freezer, sinks, and a microwave. In addition, each floor has a shared microwave available for resident use. Cooking equipment can be checked out from the front desk. Kitchens are available to residents 24/7.
West Hall has a large lounge on the first floor with cable TV, games, couches, and space to study and relax. In addition, there are smaller lounger on every floor where residents can socialize and study. Lounges are available to residents 24/7.
Honors College: West Hall is one of two halls that are home to the Honors College Living-Learning Community. Only admitted Honors College students may live in West Hall. Weekly programs and activities for Honors College students are planned in West Hall. Honors tutors hold tutoring sessions for residents, and Honors College Academic Advisors hold drop-in hours in West Hall throughout the school year.
Second Year and Above: For 2018-19, the first floor of West Hall is home to a cohort of Honors Students who have already completed at least one year of college.
The resident director is a professional staff member who lives in or adjacent to West Hall and supervises the student staff members. Contact the resident director for help transitioning to college life, room changes and roommate issues, guidance and support.
The live-in student staff members of West Hall include resident assistants, a community relations facilitator and an academic learning assistant. Contact student staff with questions about your building, as well as for help with personal, social and academic needs, and general community issues.
The Residential Area Director is a professional staff member who lives in West Hall and supervises several other professional staff memberse as well as the West Hall student staff members. Residents can contact the RAD for support, questions about room changes, and help transitioning to college. RADs also advise hall area councils and can help students find campus leadership opportunities.