Designing Sustainable Communities for Living and Learning

Woodrow

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Typical Floor Plan

* Floor plans, layouts, dimensions and features may vary.

Inside The Halls

Woodrow, which opened as a dormitory in 1914, is one of the University’s historic buildings located on the outer Horseshoe. It is named for James Woodrow, university president from 1891 to 1897, the uncle of United States President Woodrow Wilson, who spent part of his boyhood in Columbia. James Woodrow is celebrated for admitting the first women to the university in 1894, enriching the curriculum and championing science over superstition.

A coed apartment-style residence hall, Woodrow is home to 102 students. Residents live in two- and three-bedroom apartments that include a bathroom, living room and full kitchen. The student center (the Russell House), and the main library (Thomas Cooper) are located across the street from Woodrow.

Staffing

Residence Life Coordinator (Lives in 820 Henderson St.)
4 Resident Mentors (Undergraduate Student)

Home To

Upperclass Honors

The Basics

Type: Apartment
Year Built: 1914
Occupancy: 102
No. of Floors: 3
Electronic Access: Yes
Elevator: No
Cable Connection: Yes
Internet Connection: Yes (1)
Wi-Fi: Yes
Air Conditioned: Yes

Features

Bedroom

  • Carpet
  • Bed, dresser, closet and desk w/chair

Bathroom

  • Tub with shower (curtain provided), toilet and sink

Kitchen

  • Refrigerator, sink and stove

Laundry Room

  • In Pinckney/Legare

Other Amenities*

  • Two chairs and end table in living room
  • Kitchen table w/two or four chairs

Dimensions to Know for Move-In

Living Room/Kitchen: 10'6" x 12'4"
Bedroom: 8'9" x 11'9"
Sink Area: 2'11" x 3'2"
Bathroom: 3'2" x 4'10"
Living Room Window: 28" wide x 78" tall
Bedroom Window: 42" wide x 78" tall
Mattress Length: 80" (x-long twin)
Maximum Bed Height: 29"
Desk: 25" deep x 43" wide
Dresser: 20" deep x 30" wide
Dresser Drawers: 7" deep (5 drawers)
Closet: 43" wide x 31" deep