Global Service House
Formerly a fraternity house, the Global Service House provides housing for service-minded, upper-division students interested in interacting with students from different cultures. The house is home to W&L's Campus Kitchen, which provides healthy meals to those in need in the Rockbridge County Community.
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Sophomores are required to live in University housing. Several varieties of accommodations are offered by the University. For upper-division students seeking on-campus, apartment-style accommodations, the Woods Creek Apartments feature three-, four-, and five-student apartment units, each with kitchenettes, living rooms, and single occupancy bedrooms. There are 40 such apartments accommodating a total of 142 students who live in a convenient but secluded part of the central campus. The Global Service House, the Culinary House, the ARC (Arts, Recreation and Culture) House, the Sustainability House, the Outing Club House and the Casa Hispánica (Spanish House) also provide limited residential accommodations, as do fraternity and sorority houses.