Upperclass Residence Halls

Bica Ross Hall

Bica-Ross Hall

Bica-Ross Hall is home to 118 students. The building offers a suite style living option for students primarily in their senior and junior years. Each suite in Bica-Ross contains 4 single bedrooms, a common living area, common bathroom, and storage closet. Additionally, each suite is equipped with a heating and air conditioning system. A study room can be found on each floor. Inside students may take advantage of a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator and microwave. A laundry facility can be found on the ground floor. The building leads out to a courtyard and the Henry Memorial Gym are also located adjacent to the building.

Quick Facts about Bica-Ross

The building was dedicated by Ms. Violet Bica-Ross in memory of her late husband L. Clayton Ross '30. Ms. Bica-Ross visits campus yearly followed by a reception that is held at Bica-Ross Hall. Construction on this building was completed in 2004.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Cable TV
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Study Rooms on Each Floor with Kitchenette Containing Microwave, Sink Area, and Dining Table
  • Vending Machines

Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall is home to 130 upperclass men and women who enjoy suite-style living with two rooms sharing a bathroom. Marshall has two study rooms on each floor and a large common area on the ground floor for relaxing and socializing where students can watch TV, play a game of pool, or cook a meal together in the community kitchen. The basketball and sand volleyball courts adjacent to the building allow for outdoor activity and laundry facilities are located next door in Beau Hall.

Quick Facts about Marshall

The building is dedicated to the memory of The Hon. Elder W. Marshall member of the W&J Class of 1904 who served as President of the Board of Trustees from 1948 - 1959. Marshall Hall is also exact twin of Alexander Hall, which is located directly in front.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Cable TV
  • Community Kitchen
  • Public Lounge with Pool Table and T.V.
  • Vending Machines
  • Laundry Facility located in Beau Hall

New Residence Hall

New Residence Hall

New Residence Hall is home to 108 upperclass students. New Residence Hall was built in 2002 with the construction of the fourth floor concluding in 2004. New Res offers a suite style living option for students primarily in their junior and senior years. Each suite in New Res contains 2 single bedrooms and a double room, a common living area, common bathroom, and storage closet. Additionally, each suite is equipped with a heating and air conditioning system. A study room can be found on each floor. Inside students may take advantage of a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator and microwave. A laundry facility can be found on the ground floor.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Cable TV
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry Facilities on Ground Floor
  • Study Rooms on Each Floor with Kitchenettes containing a Microwave, Sink Area, and Dining Table
  • Vending Machines

Presidents Row

Presidents Row

President's Row offers a variety of housing options for upperclass students. There are ten Buildings within this community which includes Buchanan Hall, Grant Hall, Harrison Hall, Jefferson Hall and Washington Hall. These buildings offer co-ed, living environments as well as the Green House (Adams Hall), International House (Cleveland Hall), Quiet House (Lincoln Hall), and the Pet House (Monroe Hall). Each building consists of a community of 32 students with eight students living in wing sharing a common bathroom.  Each building also has a two common lounges and a laundry facility.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Common Lounge with TV
  • Recreation Room
  • Laundry Facility
  • Grilles located on each patio

Quick Facts about Presidents Row

President's Row was completed in 1968 and originally housed our fraternities and sororities until fall 2005 when they moved to Chestnut Street.

Wade House

Wade House

Wade House is an upperclass female building and is home to 24 residents and one House Liaison. The house has single, double and triple rooms and a restroom on each floor. The house is located up the hill from Burnett and Olin Halls in a historic section of East Washington Borough.

Quick Facts about Wade House

Wade House is a late 19th century Victorian mansion that was completely renovated during the spring and fall of 2007.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Cable TV
  • Kitchen with Refrigerator, Microwave and Stove
  • Laundry Facility Located on Ground Floor

Whitworth House

Whitworth House

Whitworth House offers a unique living environment for upperclass female students in that it is divided into individual, self-contained apartments. Each apartment has its own bathroom, living room and full kitchen. The house is located up the hill from Burnett and Olin Halls in a historic section of East Washington Borough.

Quick Facts about Whitworth

Whitworth House is a mid-19th century Victorian mansion that was acquired by Washington & Jefferson College in 1997. Formerly called Kimm House, it was renamed by the College in 2007.

Amenities

  • Ethernet Access
  • Wireless Access
  • Cable TV
  • Full Kitchens in Each Apartment
  • Laundry Facility Located in Basement