The newly renovated Hodges Hall, located on West Virginia University’s Teaching and Learning Commons, serves as an extension of their aspirations for an ultramodern campus. Hodges Hall is the home for the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies/Native American Studies, World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.

Hodges Hall features upgraded classrooms, lecture halls, and several technology labs outfitted with modernized tech solutions for heightened learning experiences. Classrooms are designed for active and hybrid learning, giving instructors the ability to live stream lessons and record lectures for archiving. 94” motorized projection screens, ensure that all students can clearly see presentations. Ceiling speakers receive feed from both wired microphones and Bluetooth microphones. Hodges Hall also houses West Virginia University’s LGBTQ+ Center, teacher teaming zones, faculty departmental suites, and a 210-seat testing center.

Spanning almost 95,000GSF, the renovation and modernization of Hodges Hall at West Virginia University gives new life to the historic building, originally constructed in 1950. Through thoughtful and specified designs, Hodges Hall continues to serve the students and support them with vitally important learning and community resources.

West Virginia University
95,000 SF