Quick Facts

  • coed
  • stackable furniture
  • men on the 1st floor, women on floors 2-4
  • community-style bathrooms
  • Nursing, Health Professionals, and Kinesiology Living-Learning Communities
  • non-air conditioned

Walk-Through Video

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.


Rates for each hall vary depending on the type of meal plan you select and the room type selected. See all of our rates and plans.

Woodworth Rooms and Rates 2019-20

Room Type

21 Meal Plan

18 Meal Plan

14 Meal Plan

10 Meal Plan

Single Room





Double Room





Single Use of a Double*





* Single use of a double room or suite or apartment is available only when space permits.




  • fitness room
  • computer lab
  • laundry room
  • kitchenettes
  • study lounge
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  • desk
  • chair
  • bed
  • wardrobe
  • dresser
  • trash can
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  • wireless Internet
  • wired Internet
  • PCs (in Computer Lab)
  • Macs (in Computer Lab)
  • printer (in Computer Lab)
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More Services and Accommodations

On top of the many amenities we provide, we strive to serve all students, including students who are transgender, those with disabilities, and students of any age. Learn more.

Nursing, Health Professions, and Kinesiology Living-Learning Communities

nursing studentsThe 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 Kinesiology Living-Learning Community is a community for students pursuing majors in the School of Kinesiology. Students living in this community can expect a learning environment that focuses on a variety of issues, specialty areas and careers related to kinesiology.

The Health Professions Living-Learning Community (all College of Health majors other than nursing and kinesiology ones) 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.


  • Participate in programs, events, and tours related to careers in the health professions.
  • Connect with faculty and staff from the College of Health.
  • Live and study with students who share you same academic interests in the various fields of health.
  • Engage in activities that promote academic achievement like tutoring and study tables 
  • Network with advisors, alumni, and professionals
  • Access to resource room with course specific learning resources


Majors housed within these LLCs include (but are not limited to):

Health LLC Majors

  • Dietetics
  • Health education and promotion
  • Medical technology
  • Pre-audiology 
  • Pre-chiropractic
  • Pre-dental preparation
  • Pre-medical preparation
  • Pre-optometry
  • Pre-physician's assistant
  • Pre-pharmacy
  • Pre-veterinary
  • Radiography
  • Respiratory therapy
  • Speech-language pathology
  • Social work
  • Kinesiology
  • Pre-nursing
  • Nursing


  • meet-and-greet events with campus-wide speakers program
  • service opportunities
  • community trips to major specific destinations
  • course and major specific learning skills


  • School of Nursing
  • College of Health
  • School of Kinesiology
  • Career Center
  • Academic Advising
  • Learning Center
  • Campus Organizations

Learn More about Our Living Learning Communities

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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