ARC (Arts, Recreation and Culture) House

Location: 205 E Washington Street
Floors: 3
Coed: by Room
Room Types: Singles and Doubles
Residents: 17
*Air Conditioning: No
On-Site Laundry Room:  Yes
Assigned:  by Application

The ARC (Arts, Recreation and Culture) House is designed to create an environment that fosters appreciation for the arts, nature, recreation, and culture in and beyond the Washington and Lee community. Students living in ARC House will have access to common area spaces to host events and monetary support to establish programs and/or travel to event destinations. Program and event focus will be largely dependent on residents' interests, but the intent and purpose of the house is to provide students with the opportunity to explore a wide variety of intellectual, cultural, and social activities on and off-campus. Examples of some activities may include: bus trip to the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, shopping trip to Richmond, excursion to the Smithsonian, hosting a musical performance, participating in a hike and picnic.

Each Bedroom Contains:
one Full XL (extra long) bed with mattress per resident
one wooden desk per resident
one desk chair per resident
one dresser per resident (4 drawers)
one closet per resident
wireless internet
XFINITY On CampusTM is included with on-campus housing!

*Note: Window Air Conditioning units require annual approval by the Student Health Center. See Upper-Division FAQs for specific guidelines pertaining to Window A/C approvals and installations.

Eligibility:
•Active participation and interest in Arts, Recreation and Culture
•No minimum GPA at this time

Expectations of Residents:
•Participate and help coordinate monthly programming activities
•Commitment to respect and learn from fellow residents
•No smoking within 50 yards of the house
•Must follow University Alcohol Policies

Floorplans:
First Floor
Second Floor
Third Floor

Questions? Contact Amy Perkins, Director of Residence and Greek Life.