Hoffman Hall is the home of Madison International and other learning communities.
Hoffman Hall, completed in 1964 and renovated in 2008, was named in honor of Margaret Vance Hoffman, a member of the English department faculty for 43 years. Hoffman Hall reflects a traditional design of hallways with rooms on either side of the corridor. Most rooms are arranged in suites with two students to a room and two rooms sharing a bath. Residents are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their bathroom.
Hoffman Hall also has a kitchen facility with a microwave oven, vending services, study lounges, TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Wireless internet access is available near the basement study lounge.
A typical room in Hoffman Hall has:
- Two single beds with innerspring mattresses, all bunkable and adjustable
- Two individual desks with chairs
- Two built-in closets
- Two chests of drawers
- Fluorescent lighting
- Roller shades
- TV cable hookup
- Internet access (wireless)
- Bamboo wood floors
- The building is air-conditioned
- Room Type: Double
- Room Size: 12'.5" x 11'.6"
- Window Size: various
- Ceiling Height: various