Except for about six men who live in a small corridor on the first floor, all the residents are women, including all of the first-year women. About 100 people live in Munford, which is not air-conditioned. Each floor is equipped with a large kitchen, and each kitchen has an oven, microwave, refrigerator and sink.
Gwathmey is our largest residence (because so much of Munford is used as communal space), holding about 120 students. The first and third floors are all men, including our first-year men, and the second floor is for women. Each floor is equipped with a large kitchen, and each kitchen has an an oven, microwave, refrigerator and sink. The first floor lounge is small but mighty with a large TV, DVD, Play Station and 2 Sofa's. Gwathmey is not air-conditioned.
Lewis holds about 60 upper-class students and is air-conditioned. Lewis is designed in a suite-style. Several rooms are available with private bathrooms though most are shared. Full kitchens are on each floor.
Hoxton holds approximately 40 upper-class students and is air conditioned. Hoxton is designed in a suite style. Full kitchens are on each floor.
For more information (maps, floorplans, more room pictures), please refer to the IRC Welcome Packet and see the IRC Housing page.
Housing/Room Rates http://www.virginia.edu/housing/compare.php?type=upperclass
Morea House was originally a 106 acre farm for John Patten Emmet, the first professor of Natural History at the University, who was personally appointed by Thomas Jefferson. Morea House includes Morea Arboretum, at the west end of it's grounds.The house was built in 1835 and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the oldest active residences on Grounds and is divided into two sections: Big Morea and Little Morea. The Principal of the IRC Eric Loth and his wife Marie live in Big Morea. The Director of Studies, Marga Odahowski, resides in Little Morea.
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