The four-story Woodworth Complex houses around 600 students in Brady, Wood, Crosley, and Rogers halls. Woodworth is one of the few halls with a full-service dining center, Woodworth Dining, located directly inside of its halls. The complex also has laundry rooms, kitchenettes, lounge areas with TVs, fitness rooms, and a reservable movie room for residents to use.
The hall is coed and has community-style bathrooms, furniture within the hall is stackable, allowing students to truly tailor their living space. Woodworth is not air-conditioned, but students requesting air conditioning as a disability accommodation can do so with the Office of Disability Services.
Woodworth is home to the Nursing Living-Learning Community (LLC) and beginning the 24-25 Academic Year will also house the Health Professions Living-Learning Community. Residents of the building have access to the LLC's resource room which houses anatomical models, specific academic materials such as books and study cards, and other resources students studying nursing might need.
- Community-style bathrooms
WOODWORTH COMPLEX Desk Phone Number
- Fitness room
- Laundry room
- Study lounge
- Trash can
Nursing and Health Professions
The Nursing and Health Professions Living-Learning Communities are dedicated to students in an academically rigorous program. Learning goals of the community focuses on a variety of issues, specialty areas, and careers related to nursing and health professions.
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