The University’s first language-themed residence, Casa Hispánica offers upper-division students the opportunity to immerse themselves in Spanish language and culture while living on campus.
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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, the John Chavis House (named for W&L's first black student), and the Outing Club House also provide limited residential accommodations, as do fraternity and sorority houses.