Jarvis Honors House
Jarvis Honors House

Jarvis Honors House

Jarvis Honors House was built in the 1930s by Obadiah “Obe” Jarvis and Althea Ray Jarvis. Jarvis Honors House is a residence hall for honors students during the academic year. Jarvis Honors House has community style bathrooms with one community bathroom on each floor, a living room, and a kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a full size refrigerator, stove, microwave, cabinets, table and four chairs, sink, washer, and dryer. All rooms will have wireless and Ethernet cable computer access.

Room Arrangement: Single and double rooms
Floors: Four
Bathrooms: one community bathroom on each floor
Typical Room Size: Varies, 12’ X 12’ – 16’ X 14;
Windows per room: one to two
Window Size: 44” X 53”
Window Coverings: window shades
Kitchen: Full size kitchen and is fully equipped
Lounges: Large Lounge on second floor
Elevator: No
Laundry: 1 washer and 1 dryer on second floor
Air Conditioning: No
Flooring: tile/ hardwood

What’s in a typical double room?

  • 2 (bunkable) beds 36” X 80” extra-long twin size mattress
  • 2 wardrobes
  • 2 desks
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 dressers
  • Ethernet computer access point (1 per student)
  • Digital Cable TV assess point
  • Smoke detector
  • Window average size 44” X 53” – shades provided
  • Large Overhead Fluorescent Light
  • Smoke detector
  • Wifi Access