Buxton HallView in Interactive Map
310 SW Weatherford Place
Buxton was recently renovated in 2000, and is connected to Hawley Hall. There is a full time resident director serving Buxton and Hawley Halls, seven resident assistants, and one faculty in residence. Rooms are coed by neighbor with a men's and women's bathroom at the center of each wing. Buxton Hall has an accessible entrance located on the corner of Weatherford Place and Jefferson Street. Buxton also has wheelchair accessible facilities, and an elevator to reach all five floors. Buxton has a square footage of 61,488.
Health and Human Sciences Living in Community (LinC) LIVE
Buxton and Hawley halls serve as a residential community for students studying or interested in majors within the College of Health and Human Sciences (HHS). First-year residents create a living environment related to majors of interest in the college such as Nutrition and Exercise Science, Public Health, Human Development and Family Sciences or Design and Human Environment. Along with working with a Faculty-in-Residence from the college, there is an opportunity for instant study groups or advising sessions by HHS staff. Hall dinners, networking with upper-division HHS student leaders, seminars and other informal interactions include presentations by faculty on issues related to relationships, healthy living, nutrition and exercise.
For more general housing information, please visit the University Housing and Dining Services website.