University Suites is part of the Leon E. Boothe Residential Village, conveniently located on the northwest side of the academic core, within easy walking distance of classroom buildings. This residence hall is a four-story building constructed of concrete masonry and a stucco-like facade featuring suite style living for students. The building includes two-bedroom double-occupancy suites and four bedroom single occupancy suites, all with two bathrooms and a small living area per suite. The building also includes a computer lab, classroom/multi-purpose room, laundry room, and a variety of student study/lounge spaces. This popular residence hall houses 396 students.
The Leon E. Boothe Residential Village was dedicated in honor of Dr. Leon E. Boothe who served from 1983 to 1996 as the university's third president.
Building Number: 0379
Building Code: US
Assignable Square Feet: 80,412
Gross Square Feet: 123,410
Construction Year: 2003
Original Cost: $13,733,533
Estimated Replacement Cost: $20,139,000
Ground Breaking Date: September 25, 2002
Dedication Date: August 27, 2003
Occupancy Date: July 1, 2003
Original Design Team: GBBN (Concept Architect), Luckett & Farley (Architect), Joseph & Joseph (Owner's Architect), Messer Construction (Design Build Contractor)