Whiting Hall

Whiting Hall


Whiting Hall, a co-ed, suite style residence hall for upper-class students,
 was named in honor of Miss Tossie Permelia Frances Whiting, a former Dean of Women and an English teacher at Virginia State University.

This three story residence hall was erected in 1957. Whiting Hall is the fifth women's residence hall to be built on Virginia State's campus and is equipped with an air conditioned lobby where students can relax, laundry facilities, and a computer lab that has Internet access and word processing capabilities. The rooms in Whiting Hall are connected by a singular bathroom, forming 2-party suites and some 4-party suites.

Whiting Room

Residence Coordinators (RC), who are full‑time professional staff, are responsible for the overall supervision of the residence halls. Resident Assistants (RA) and Graduate Assistants function as para-professionals and assist the RC in their duties. Night Managers assist the RC with overnight coverage. 



Building Stats


Gender Capacity Air Conditioning
Co-Educational 158 Window Unit

 

Amenities

  • Telephone Connection (free local service)

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Computer Lab 

  • Basic Cable Service Provided in Rooms

  • Community Microwave

  • Study Rooms

  • Internet Access (Wifi)

  • Handicap Accessible

  • Beauty/Barber Salon

  • Air Conditioned Building

  • Crises Conference Room

  • Key Card Entry

  • Co-Ed Visitation (in lobby only)


Residence Director


Mrs. Paula Vaughan-Burroughs, M.Ed.

(804) 524-5623