The Village houses 220 students in single- and double-occupancy rooms. The Village is broken down into three houses — A, B and C. For the full academic year, sophomores live in Village A. In the fall, juniors planning to study abroad live in B and C, with some midyear students taking their places in the spring semester.
The Village has eight community advisors (CAs) who engage residents in establishing active living and learning environments where each individual is invested in promoting the success and safety of all members of the community. The CAs create and execute programs, address student concerns and support the community when issues arise.
The Village shares an area coordinator (AC), a live-in full-time professional staff member with an advanced degree, with 567 South Street. The AC supervises the CAs, manages the residence halls and holds regular office hours in the community office.
The Village is a traditional-style residence hall with single- and double-occupancy rooms. All rooms within the Village are gender neutral. Single rooms in the Village range from approximately 110 to 130 square feet, and double rooms from approximately 145 to 180 square feet.
Floor plans: Village A, B and C (pdfs)
The Village has numerous open-concept lounge spaces on each floor, and the entire building is equipped with central air conditioning. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor of Village A House near the multipurpose dance studio. A 24-hour cardio gym attached to Village B House is available to all residential students with an ID. There is also the Village living room at the foot of C House. It can be accessed with an ID. An elevator is located in Village A House near the community office.
The Village multipurpose room, seminar room, TV room and living room are available for reservation by registered student groups.