Chaudoin Hall

Built in 1892 with renovations completed in 1998 and 2002, Chaudoin Hall is located in front of the Carlton Union Building and in between DeLand and Emily halls. Chaudoin Hall serves as home to over 200 female residents. One-third of the rooms are shared-occupancy with suite-style bathrooms. The remaining two-thirds of Chaudoin Hall's rooms are shared-occupancy with community-style bathrooms on each floor. Chaudoin Hall is also home to the Women's Leadership Community. The building has a common area, laundry room, a large student lounge, study areas and a furnished community kitchen. Chaudoin Hall has a resident assistant (R.A.) on every floor that helps students by providing opportunities to develop deep and meaningful relationships not just with their roommates, but with members of the entire building. Chaudoin Hall also houses the full-time live-in Residential Life Coordinator (R.L.C.)'s office on the main floor.


  • Central heat/air
  • Basic Cable television
  • Wired and wireless Internet access
  • On-site parking
  • Card Access

Fully Furnished Bedrooms

  • Desk and desk chair
  • Twin extra long bed
  • Dresser or built-in closet

Community Kitchen

  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Cabinet storage
  • Stove
  • Oven

Community Spaces

  • Couches
  • Television
  • Wireless Internet access


The Women's Leadership Themed Housing Community is designed for female students who want to explore their interests and passions in relation to leadership development within a group of strong female leaders. Participants will gain a greater understanding about themselves, learn about leadership opportunities in the community, develop goals related to their own leadership development and organizational involvement, and work as a team to help other women in the community meet their goals.

  • Open to all female first-year students who have a passion for leadership development.
  • The Women's Leadership Themed Housing Community is located on the first floor of Chaudoin Hall

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