Yang Hall is the new residential home of the Honors College, housing all of our program's
first-year students living on campus as well as a number of upperclassmen.
Located in the Nobel Hall community, Yang Hall is located right next door to the Center for Global Studies and Human Development, where students can grab a coffee, bagel, even a milkshake, utilize the computer labs and multipurpose rooms, or just relax. Additionally Yang Hall is just a few steps away from West Side Dining, home to all-you-care-to-eat meals, the student radio station - WUSB, and the LGBTQ+ Center.
Yang Hall is unique among the buildings available to first-year students in that it is suite-style living rather than corridor-style. This means students in groups of six across three bedrooms are able to share private living room and bathroom areas with each other, rather than with a whole floor. Many students in this setting forge deep bonds with their suitemates, and even choose to live together beyond their first year!
Yang Hall is also known for its strong community feeling. Residents throughout the building can be found participating in programs and events with the Resident Assistants (RAs) and Hall Council, working in the Quiet Study space, cooking up something delicious in the community kitchen, or relaxing in the Recreation Room. Yang residents are also engaged all across campus as many hold leadership positions in student organizations.
Our residential students hold many points of pride, from their robust Hall Council, to several campus awards for their wonderfully creative boats at the annual Roth Regatta, but the best part of Yang Hall is all the students that make it their home!