Wyoming Hall is a building with mostly upper-level students in the North Village that offers six-person and eight-person suites. It is close to Letchworth Dining Hall and across the road from the basketball courts and the eGarden. The hall has eight quads; each quad contains four suites.
A typical suite consists of a bathroom, a living room area, and three or four bedrooms. Laundry facilities are available on each floor and there is indoor bicycle storage on the ground floor. In addition, each quad has a shared kitchenette with a sink, oven, and stovetop.
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Wyoming Hall's two Living-Learning Communities (LLCs): Global House and Food Culture House (new for Fall 2018) work collaboratively to celebrate international culture. Student Life has partnered with Campus Auxiliary Services, the Department of Anthropology, and the Office of Sustainability on this effort.
The resident assistant for international student engagement (RAISE) is housed in Wyoming Hall.
Students living in Wyoming Hall will:
- Explore their own passions as they identify the different pathways to achieve institutional and career benchmarks
Students living in Global House will:
- Demonstrate an appreciation of the similarities and differences we all embody
- Explore avenues of self-expression to create an “in-culture” experience for all residents in the hall
Students participating in the Food Culture LLC will:
- Cook with their peers and experience the role that food plays in building relationships
- Learn about the role food plays in societies, cultures, and in a sustainable future
Wyoming Hall Values
Gratitude | Liveliness | Openness | Belonging | Appreciation | Leadership