East and West Laville Halls are home to the Laville Honors House, which provides both a residence and an academically focused collegiate atmosphere for first-year students in the Honors College, as well as upper-class Honors students who choose to reside there. West Laville Hall reopened in fall 2012 after a complete renovation.
In the Laville Honors House, students live with a diverse peer group, participate in social, academic, and service activities, and interact with faculty outside of the classroom. The dynmaic living-learning environment in the Laville Honors House is just the beginning for Honors students. With its close proximity to The French House, where Honors College classes and administration are housed, and to the 459 Commons dining hall and Student Union, the Laville Honors House gives students their own mini campus within LSU. Learn more about the Laville Honors House. To live in the Honors Hall, students must be enrolled in Honors College.
- Co-ed res hall with just over 320 beds for the Honors Residential College housing
- Floors are either all male or all female floors with restricted card access
- Two-student rooms with hall bathrooms
- Loftable style of beds, desks, desk chairs, chest of drawers, and built-in closets included in room
- Two-student rooms with hall baths
- Sink in the room with storage cabinet beneath it
- Blinds on windows
- Central air conditioning system with individual room control
- 24-hour front desk in lobby
- Coin and Tiger Card operated laundry
- Computer Lab
- Modern kitchen with appliances, vending, and ice machine
- Large lobby area
- Smaller lounges, libraries, and study spaces throughout the hall
- Outdoor courtyard and patio
- ADA accessible and ADA rooms available
- Multi-media classroom off of main lobby for Honors Residential College students
- Located next to The 459 Commons and The French House
- Near the LSU Student Union and the University Recreation Center
- The Honors College Experience
- Room Measurements
- Res Hall Map
- Rent Rates
- Video Tour of West Laville
- Room Layout
- 360º View of Room
- Floor Plans
Each building/community on campus has a built-in support system for you. A residence life coordinator (RLC) is a master’s level professional who lives and works in your community. The RLC supervises a graduate resident director (GRD), a grad student who also lives and works in the hall. These two people lead the team of resident assistants (RA) who live on each floor and help you adjust to life on campus, get connected to resources, and host educational and fun programs. Here are your geaux-to people in West Laville Hall:Amy Gardner, Residence Life Coordinator225-334-2410Watch Amy’s welcome video here!
Graduate Residence Director
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