GWU South Hall: Where seniors have earned the right to live
GWU South Hall, which opened in Fall 2009, houses over 450 fourth-year seniors. It is the university's first LEED residence hall. LEED sets the industry standard for rating high-performance green buildings, and the university has set a goal of LEED silver for South Hall. One thing's for sure: the amenities are certainly turning us a shade of green.
Kaylyn Koberna (left) with Courtney Caimona in their four-bedroom, two-bath apartment in South Hall. Koberna is an international affairs major, and Caimona is in GW's criminal justice program.