Richardson Hall

Richardson Hall

Opened in the fall of 2001, the 156-bed, four-story building has more than 38,000 square feet of space, making it one of the largest buildings on campus. Richardson Hall -- which was named in honor of LWC trustee Joe Richardson, his wife, Becky, and their son, 1997 LWC alumnus Jason -- is reserved for upperclass male students. Each room in Richardson Hall is designed for suite style living equipped with private bathrooms. The building also features a spacious game room with a big-screen television, a laundry room and handicap-accessible rooms on three floors.

The Residence Life staff in the building is available 24/7 to help residents with almost any problem they may encounter during their stay in the complex. Richardson Hall has a full time professional staff member who lives in the building year round. There are also 4 Resident Assistants to help guide residents through their year in Richardson Hall.

Hall Amenities

Private Bathrooms
Central Heat and Air Conditioning
Recreation Area
Lounge with Community Microwave & TV
Wired & Wireless Internet Access
Smoke Free Facility
Washer & Dryer Facility - Coin Operated
ADA Regulated Facility & Rooms Available

Room Amenities

Capacity: 5 person rooms
Flooring: Carpet with tiled bathrooms
Beds: Standard Twin Size
Closets: Armoire Style with drawers (5 units)
Furniture: 5 beds, 5 desks, 5 chairs, 3 dressers
Cable: 1 Cable Jack per Side
Phone: 1 Landline Jack per Side
Internet: Wired & Wireless Access Ports
Dimensions: 16ft x 12ft