Madison Hall is a co-ed student residence hall on the Foggy Bottom campus at 736 22nd St. hosting 222 freshman students.
Madison Hall is centrally located on the Foggy Bottom campus, making it one of the most conveniently located dorms on campus, especially for freshmen. It is down the street from the Smith Center, Kogan Plaza and the mid-campus quad, Lisner Auditorium, Gelman Library, and across from Starbucks and the Academic Center. It is about 5 minutes from the Foggy Bottom Metro and about 10 minutes from any part of campus.
Building and Room StructureEdit
Madison Hall consists of 8 floors and one basement. Rooms are single-sex; floors are co-ed.
Breakdown of available room types:
- 80% of residents will reside in doubles
- 20% of residents will reside in quads
Amenities and FeaturesEdit
- Weekly housekeeping
- Tv lounge/lobby area
- Study area in basement
- Laundry room in basement
- Community kitchen on every floor
- Room specific: Study area with desk and chairs, private bathroom, two twin long beds, cable tv capabilities, individual high speed internet, and individual phone line.
Madison Hall was built in 1945.
(The following is taken from http://living.gwu.edu/halls/firstyear/Madison/)
Madison Hall is designated as the Humanities and Sports Studies House but houses freshmen of all majors. The Humanities and Sports Studies House at Madison gives students a chance to explore the human condition through a variety of lenses. Literature and languages, history, theology and philosophy, psychology and sociology, sports studies, and American studies are some of the disciplinary subjects that unify students in this House towards an exploration of human interaction with each other and with the world around us.
Other Residence Halls Like This OneEdit
- The basement in Madison Hall has been known to eat resident's items. Common items reported as lost are access cards, phone chargers, and room keys, and bras.
- The basement's favorite food is Nutella.