Alice Paul Hall

Alice Paul Hall

Summary:

Residence Hall

Parking:

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.

Entrance:

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

Stairs:

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

Elevator:

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

Restrooms:

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.