Willard Duncan Vandiver Hall is a five-story, suite-style residence hall. The first floor houses the main commons space, laundry facilities, customer service desk, mailroom, Hall Director Office, and TV/Game room. On floors two through five, there are two lounges on each floor with approximately 70 students per floor. Located at the center of each floor is a large living room area with kitchenette, LAN drops, and plenty of room for meetings, social gatherings, studying, or just a place to go and relax. A second, mid-sized lounge provides a more social and intimate space for residents to meet. Also located on each floor is a designated study room designed for 8 to 10 students to meet and practice a presentation or conduct a small group study session. Two students share a room and a bathroom area adjoins two rooms. All the furniture in the room is loftable, and each room is equipped with cable TV, a phone line for each resident (phone service not included in the room rate and must be contracted for separately with Telecommunications) and a LAN (Local Area Network) port for each resident of the room.
Four Person Suite Room (two people to each room): Room measurements (approximate) are 18’ W x 11’ L x 9’ H. Window sizes are 3’ x6’, there are two windows in the room. Mattresses in Vandiver are extra-long twin size (80”long).
Honors Student Housing
The Honors community gives Jane Stephens Honors Program students the opportunity to extend their intellectual lives beyond the classroom and to live with like-minded peers. Students have the best of both worlds: contact with other Honors students where they live, along with all the diversity of living in a large residence hall. Honors community residents have the option to participate in numerous activities throughout the academic year including orientation sessions, academic advising, field trips, attending Honors conferences, and also enjoy many social activities together.
Transfer Student Housing
Students who are transferring from another college or university to Southeast can elect to live in Transfer Student Housing. This unique community is supportive and very social - the perfect place to get acquainted very quickly! Because of increasing demand for transfer student housing, the program moved to Vandiver Hall to allow more students the opportunity to participate.
The Education community gives students the opportunity to extend their intellectual lives beyond the classroom and to live with like-minded peers. Students have the best of both worlds: contact with other education majors where they live, along with all the diversity of living in a large residence hall. Education community residents have the option to participate in different activities throughout the academic year including programs with Education faculty.