International Village (First Year Honors)
Location: International Village is split into 3 towers, East (22-Story) West (19-Story) and North (9-Story). International Village is conveniently located next to the T (subway & bus) station and a short walk from academic buildings. International Village includes a gym and a dining hall located on the first floor. Peet’s Coffee and Jamba Juice retail locations are available in the building by exterior entrance. Most first year students are located on floors 9 and below.
Enhanced single semi-private bedrooms (shares bathroom with connecting room)
Enhanced double semi-private bedrooms (shares bathroom with connecting room)
Themed Housing/Living Learning Community: First Year Honors Program
Security: Proctor coverage or secured entryways 24 hours per day
Connections: Husky Cable, and ResNet, Landline available through Verizon
Lounges: A mixture of multimedia, and study lounges are located throughout the building in all 3 towers
Mail delivery: ResMail
Laundry facilities: Yes
Vending machines: Snack machine in main lobby, snack and drink machines in 2nd floor and 14th floor West and 22nd floor East laundry rooms.
Window shades: Yes, blinds.
Furniture provided: Bed, desk and chair, dresser, closet for each resident. In some cases there is a wardrobe in place of an inset closet. Bedrooms are tiled.
Additional amenities: Central air conditioning (not activated during anticipated cold weather), International Village Dining Hall is located on the main level, and features dedicated dining facilities for those with food sensitivities/allergies, as well as those that observe Halal or Kosher diets. International Village classrooms are located on the lower level. The bamboo garden is fully enclosed garden courtyard on the 2nd floor & the cardiovascular and weight facility is located adjacent to it. International Village is LEED Gold certified. International Village has wireless internet throughout the building. There is a network printer which students can access in the first floor lobby using their student print allowance. There are also ping pong & pool tables throughout the building.
The following images are here to represent examples of the room types in the above mentioned building. They are in no way the only room types present in the building, and are not architectural drawings.