Constructed in 1964 as the all-female counterpart to Pence Hall, the building now houses our Honors and International Living-Learning Community, in close collaboration with both the Honors College and the Office of International Student Services. As such, the building boasts a supportive academic atmosphere and a diverse, engaging population that is attractive to many students. With the support of faculty-in-residence Dr. Kenneth Millen-Penn, Prichard Hall is often the site of unique events and approaches meant to further the interests and abilities unique to its community.
Never worry about space again with Prichard Hall's built-in storage units. With plenty of cabinets, closets, drawers, corkboards, shelves, and more built into the room, you will have room for everything and anything, all while opening up the rest of the room for a new TV or mini fridge!
Now is the perfect time to try mom's recipes for yourself. Prichard's kitchen contains all of the appliances and counter space you need, with plenty of outlets to include your own devices. Who needs a microwave when you can eat like this?
For your privacy and convenience, Prichard Hall contains a large, fully-furnished study lounge. In addition to weekly study hours, this facility is available anytime with comfortable chairs, large tables, and more to let you focus on your classwork.