There are two housing complexes at Western.
The JDC complex consists of 3 interconnected buildings comprised of Jordan, Davis, and Centennial Halls. The other complex is Mathews Hall. Below you'll find floor charts for each complex. These charts will help you see the location of rooms in relation to the bathrooms, laundry facilities, exits, etc. For building descriptions and floor plan options click on the links below.
Jordan is a two-story building consisting of one female floor and one male floor. There are community bathrooms as well as a laundry room. In-room computing and cable TV are available in this hall.
Davis Hall is a three story building consisting of one male floor and one female floor. The second floor of Davis is the Campus Student Services center, comprised of the Student Affairs Office,the Counseling Office, the Resident Mail Room, the Facilities Office, and a TV Lounge. There are community bathrooms on the residential floors and public restrooms near the Student Affairs Office. In-room computing and cable TV are available in this hall.
Centennial is the last of the three buildings in the JDC complex. It is a three story building. There are community bathrooms on each floor and a laundry room for the Hall. In-room computing and cable TV are available in this hall.
Built in 1920, Mathews is the second oldest building on campus. It is connected to the Campus Dining Facility and has other amenities. Each room in Mathews Hall has its own unique shape and size. There are a few rooms with private bathrooms, although returning students tend to sign up for these during Spring Semester Returning Resident Room Sign-ups. The 2nd and 3rd floors are co-ed, but have separate community bathrooms for each sex. Cable Tv and internet is available in this hall. There is also a TV lounge, laundry facility and Piano rooms.