Named in honor of temperance activist Frances Willard, this hall was constructed in 1924 and underwent an extensive renovation in 2000. Willard houses about 107 residents and has ADA rooms available. Willard Hall is reserved for upperclassmen and those students exempt from the Campus Residency Policy. Students living in Willard Hall must have a minimum GPA of 2.25.
The historic hall features suite-style rooms. Single and double occupancy rooms are offered with either individual bathroom facilities or bathrooms shared between two rooms. Rooms with shared bathrooms also have sinks within the individual rooms. There are also triple-room configurations. Willard Hall offers high-speed Internet for all residents, separate study (include several tables and chairs with a dry erase board for group work) and entertainment lobby areas, and a laundry room.
Located on the southern edge of campus, Willard Hall is just steps away from the Bryant Student Health Center, Gibson Dining Hall, Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall and Carnie Smith Stadium.