Alice Paul Hall

Alice Paul Hall


Residence Hall


There is a passenger drop-off/loading area at the circle near the north end of the building. The nearest visitor and accessible parking lot is Benjamin West lot.


Accessible entrance at the southwest corner of the building opposite David Kemp Hall.


There are stairwells at the northeast and southwest corners of the building.


There is an elevator in the middle of the building. Turn left at the main entrance.


All restrooms are accessible.

Safe Waiting Area:

There are safe waiting areas in both stairwells.

Alice Paul Hall Floorplan

Alice Paul Hall 1st floor

Map Key:

iconEntrance iconStairs
iconAccessible Entrance iconSafe Waiting Area
iconRestroom iconElevator
iconAccessible Restoom   

About Alice Paul Hall:

Students named this residence hall in honor of Alice Paul, a member of the Class of 1905, founder of the National Woman's Party. The hall houses 75 students in a combination of airy single and double rooms as well as six two-level "loft doubles." Each floor has cooking facilities, bathrooms, and a lounge. Light pours into the sustainably designed building through expansive windows specially treated to reduce solar gain and prevent bird collisions. Landscaping includes a green roof with a layer of shale, a layer of growing media, and a lush mat of vegetation.