Butler is a gender-inclusive hall where students passionate about public service and social justice may choose to live. We will explore programming ideas with Justice Administration faculty and with DEI leaders on campus. Largely built by student workers, Butler Hall opened in 1928. Extensive renovations were completed in the 1980s. Butler Hall is made up of three floors separated into six single-sex wings, with the exception of the Gender Inclusive Living/Learning Community on the first floor, where any student is welcome to live without regard to biological sex.
The lower floor has a spacious, air-conditioned parlor with study tables and an open fireplace. Butler is next door to Ludlum and close to Hudson and Woodson classrooms.
Stoddard Hall will work toward becoming a place where our artists will enjoy living—music; art; drama; writers; and poets. We are already exploring a restoration project for the piano there, and we envision this will be the place for poetry readings, acoustic performances, and improv nights. We will explore programming and facility upgrade ideas with Art; Creative Writing; and MUTH faculty. Located on the east side of Hudson Quad, It has a full kitchen on the second floor and the first floor parlor was recently renovated with new flooring, comfortable lounge furniture and a large screen TV. The first floor is designated all-female. Men and women live on separate wings of the upper two floors, one floor is all double single rooms. Stoddard features quick access to the Lumpkin Learning Commons and Rahme, Hudson, and Woodson classrooms.