- Stackable furniture
- Community-style bathrooms
- Nursing and Health Professionals Living-Learning Communities
- Non-air conditioned
For a detailed walk-through of Woodworth Complex, watch this video.
Originally opened in 1956 and remodeled in 1993, the four-story Woodworth Complex houses 600 students in Brady, Wood, Crosley, and Rogers halls.
One big plus to living in Woodworth Complex is that Woodworth Commons food court is just downstairs from your room. Woodworth Commons offers a variety of dining choices to fit almost any appetite—anything from a grab-and-go sandwich to a meal cooked on a Mongolian grill. You can dine in a two-story atrium or one of the more cozy dining areas with couches and TVs.
Woodworth Rooms and Rates - 2021-22
21 Meal Plan
18 Meal Plan
14 Meal Plan
10 Meal Plan
|$11,144 || |
Single use of a Double Room*
* Single use of a double room or suite or apartment is available only when space permits.
Nursing and Health Professions Living-Learning Communities
The Nursing Living-Learning Community is dedicated to students in an academically rigorous program who are considering nursing as a career. Learning focuses more on a variety of issues, specialty areas, and careers related to nursing.
The Health Professions Living-Learning Community (all College of Health majors other than nursing and kinesiology) is for students pursuing majors within the College of Health. Students living in this community can expect an environment that focuses on learning more about the different majors and careers within the health field.
Maker Space/Resource Room:
- Access available to residents that live in Woodworth Complex
- Residents are able to utilize anatomical models that mirror what they are using in classes
- Have access to books, flashcards, binders, posters and other study materials
- A quiet, major orientated place in the residence hall to study and connect with peers
- Weekly and monthly programming is held here
Majors housed within these LLCs include (but are not limited to):
Health LLC Majors
- Health Education and Promotion
- Medical Technology
- Pre-Dental Preparation
- Pre-Dental Hygiene
- Pre-Medical Preparation
- Pre-Physician’s Assistant
- Pre-VeterinaryRadiography (AS)
- Respiratory Therapy
- Pre-Audiology Preparation
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Social Work
- Community trips to major specific destinations, such as Minnestrista Farmer’s Market to learn about the value of eating local and other nutrition-based information
- Monthly programming focused on academic success, topics specific to health professions majors, graduate school application and test preparation, and career exploration
- Weekly study tables held in the residence hall
- Semester kick off to learn about College of Health resources, campus locations, and meet peers
- Annual Mock Anatomy Practical for student to prepare for their first anatomy practical
- Monthly programming focused on academic success and facilitating student connection
- Annual panel with nursing advisors and current nursing students intended to provide information about the Nursing application, the PAX exam preparation, and clinical experiences
- School of Nursing
- College of Health
- Career Center
- Learning Center
Our Living-Learning Communities are part of a university-wide set of programs that provide a supportive environment for freshmen, which has been recognized by “U.S. News & World Report” since 2004. Learn more.
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