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Woolman & Whittier Halls
Woolman and Whittier Halls (WW) are women's traditional style buildings, adjacent to one another. They typically house freshmen women, but the community is so endearing that many want to return year after year! Residents are housed in double rooms. Rooms are carpeted and equipped with loftable furniture and wireless internet. There are community bathrooms located within each corridor. Common lounges are found on every floor. These buildings have no air conditioning. There is a laundry room on the first floor of Whittier Hall that is free to all residents of WWF.
Programs in Woolman and Whittier
Woolman and Whittier Halls have vibrant communities that are strengthened by the large number of building and floor events that happen on a monthly basis. Along with the floor events that resident assistants host regularly, Woolman and Whittier also have hall-wide events that build community with residents from one hall to the other.
Fall Harvest Party
A celebration at the end of October to enjoy everything we love about fall - bobbing for apples, a caramel apple bar, cider, and leaves! Residents gather in our unique shared lounge, Myers' Lounge, and take part in fall activities. You won't want to miss it!
This is a new event for women residents campus wide! Residents of Blossom, Heritage, Woolman, and Whittier Halls come together around Valentine's Day to celebrate female friendships and sisterhood. Come join us for some food, fellowship, and friends!
Meet the Staff
Emelia is the resident director of Woolman and Whittier Halls. She received her B.A. in fine arts with a minor in art history and her emphasis was in ceramics. Emelia completed ministry school in California over the course of three years, where she lived in community and focused on servant leadership. And now, as a resident director, she loves spending time creating a space for students to make meaningful connections, to experience laughter, and make memories. She believes living in community is a vital key to developing a sense of self and understanding God in new ways. In her leisure time, Emelia enjoys painting, making pottery, and traveling. She loves being outside, exploring new places with great friends or trying a new healthy recipe. If there is good food and great people around, Emelia is not far away.
Woolman and Whittier Room Specifications
Each room contains: a bed, desk and chair, clothes closet and drawers, overhead light, desk light and draperies. Each hall contains a TV lounge, laundry facilities, microwave, water fountains and vending machines.
Door Dimensions: Whittier-33”, Woolman-29”
Room Dimensions: Woolman-15'6” x 8'8”, Whittier-16'6” x 8'6”
Window Dimensions: Woolman-37” x 84”, Whittier-45” x 84”
Bed Dimensions: Woolman/Whittier-81” x 36” **Bed dimensions may fluctuate slightly. We strongly recommend that you measure your bed frame prior to building your loft.
Mattress: 36” x 80”
Ceiling Height: 8'
If you are interested in building your own loft for Woolman, Whittier, or Fox, it must meet the following criteria:
- Lofts are to be freestanding, at least 24” from the mattress to the ceiling, and at least 3' away from entrances and exits for a clear, safe passageway.
- Lofts may not interfere with any electrical or safety devices.
- Lofts may not be larger than two single bed sleep surfaces.
- College furniture (including any built in desks) may not be used as part of the support structure for any part of the loft.
- Lofts are to be placed in the rooms within the first two weeks of the semester.
- Lofts will be inspected and approved by the Resident Director, who will assure all university requirements are met.
- All University furniture is to remain in the room and on the floor of the room (no sub-floors or mezzanine levels).
- Lofts must also follow the Room Modification guidelines in the Residence Life Booklets.
- Loft Permits must be submitted to your Resident Director before the third week of the semester.
WWF Floor Plan