The Village is the newest housing option on Milligan’s campus. It is home to upperclassmen men and women. There are five gender specific buildings, each with suites housing five students. Admission to the Village is limited to junior and senior students who have lived on campus for at least one year. Residents must fill out an application with the Student Development Office in the Spring.
- Heat/Air Conditioning
- Study Rooms
- Student Lounge
- Laundry Facilities
- Furnished (Desk & Bed)
Like all rooms at Milligan, the Village rooms are suite-style. Each suite consists of five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a common living room with a full kitchen. Each room is furnished with an appropriate number of standard single beds, mattresses, desks, dresser, chairs, and closets. You are encouraged to make your room a comfortable living environment. Bring plants, posters, chairs, tables, lamps, shelves, game systems, TVs, and more!
The five buildings of Village surround a green space used for outdoor events including intramural games. There is also a sand volleyball court and picnic tables. The Village sits at the top of campus close to Hart, Sutton and Williams halls. Sidewalks make easy travel between residence halls and lead across the parking lot to The Gilliam Wellness Center.
All residence halls at Milligan are single-gender. There are a variety of open hours throughout the week but dorms are closed to the opposite sex at all other times.
The Webb Residence Hall staff maintains and promotes all areas of student development within the residence halls. Each Residence Hall has a Resident Director (RD) and Resident Assistants (RA) on staff to help residents with academic, housing, and personal problems, and to provide leadership, supervision, and programming for students.
- Command strips or sticky tack putty
- Tacks, tape, and nails are not allowed, so planning ahead to bring décor and shelves that will hang with either command hooks, strips, or putty will save at least an hour of frustration on move-in day.
- Plan to work with what is included
- Since you won’t be able to take any of the provided furniture out of the room, do what you can to make it your own and fun! You could make seat covers and cushions for your desk chair, play around with height and lofting of your bed, buy or make a mini shelf for your desk, or a number of other things.
- Power strip/ extension cord
- Curtains for window (also helpful for closet if staying in Hart)
- Floor, window, or desk fan. Hart hall is air conditioned
- Trash can for room and bathroom
PRETTY MUCH ESSENTIALS:
- Microwave (700-watt max), mini fridge (max 4.3 cu.ft.), and coffee maker/tea pot
- Posters, pictures from home, wall décor and anything else that feels like home
- Pinterest it up or just take the sweetly sentimental items of home. Please keep appropriate since your room is still Milligan property.
- Rug or carpet
- You can buy a sheet of carpet that you cut to fit the dimensions of the room or buy a throw rug. Either way, this piece will make it feel more like home than anything else.
- Shelving of pullout drawers for under your bed
- Bean bag
- Throw pillows
- Floor lamp or hanging lights
- Small baskets or totes for shelves
- White board/chalk board
- Stuffed animal friends
- Succulents or other dorm-friendly plants (don’t overwater)
- Cereal, granola bars, and any other late-night snacks or quick breakfast items
- Cork board
- Throw blanket
- Game console
- Ping pong paddle
- Stress relief (coloring books, painting supplies, legos, etc.)
DO NOT BRING:
- Appliances with an open coil
- Electronics that broadcast their own signal
- Nails or screws
- Multiple fridges
- An office chair or other unnecessary furniture. It will only take up space
- Shower Curtain (there are doors on the showers)