Willoughby Residence Hall
Willoughby Residence Hall is a former 17-story apartment co-op, and is the largest residence hall. FOrmer apartments have been converted to suites with the living room space transformed to doubles and triples and the bedroom spaces transformed to single rooms. It accommodates 850 undergraduate men and women. With the exception of the gender neutral community, suites are single sex, but floors are coed. Rooms vary in size from 9' x 12' to 15' x 20' with the larger spaces being triple occupancy rooms. In addition to the standard furniture, all suites have a kitchen table, stove, and refrigerator. All students assigned to double, triple, and single spaces will share kitchen and bathroom facilities with other residents of the suite. The suites consist of a combination of one to two double or triple rooms as well as private or semi-private single rooms. The number of students residing in a given suite ranges from two to six students (depending upon the size of the converted apartment - one bedroom, two bedroom or three bedroom).
As of July 2012, all kitchens in the suites have been renovated within the last 9 years.
Willoughby Hall remains open all year. However, residents on certain floors might have to relocate to different floors during the summer months for the purpose of maintenance and upkeep. Most new transfer students are assigned to a Willoughby Hall double or triple room.
To accommodate additional graduate students, select double rooms are converted to a semi-private single space. The semi-private space occupies the former living room space of the apartment, is occupied by only one student and shares kitchen and bathroom facilities with other private single rooms in the apartment. The semi-private option is only available to graduate students and on an as-needed basis. Willoughby Hall hosts the upperclass Healthy Choices Community, Global Learning Community, Quiet Floors, Gender Neutral Floor, and Community Service Floor.
Below is an example of a former one bedroom apartment converted to accomodate three students: two in the former living room space and one in the former bedroom space. Terraces exist in some, but not all apartments. For more details on the exact layout of each apartment, download the floor plans.