With state-of-the-art technology and environmentally friendly construction, the remodeled DeHority Complex is a fitting home for the Honors Living-Learning Community and complements the Honors College's new home, the Ball Honors House.

DeHority Complex features central air conditioning as well as rectangular double and single rooms for students, along with a limited number of suites. Semiprivate restrooms are available for specific rooms. You can take advantage of an exhibition hall and space for meetings and presentations, along with a new computer lab, fitness room, lounge space, laundry facility that uses card readers, and a music practice room.

Furniture in the DeHority is stackable with desks, chairs, beds, dressers, and wardrobes for each resident. One wired Ethernet outlet is available in student rooms, and wireless Internet service is also available throughout the building. Watch our video on how to arrange the furniture here.

While this complex does not feature an eat-in food service, the nearby Woodworth Commons, Noyer Centre, and Micro Café dining locations offer a variety of choices.

DeHority was remodeled to meet LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification standards as developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.