Nutt Hall

1505 N El Paso Avenue
Office: (479) 880-4185
Duty: (479) 264-7504

Nutt Hall was constructed in 2002 and named after John W. Nutt and his wife, Joie Thompson Nutt.

This five story structure, situated in the center of campus, is a suite style residential facility which houses both males and females in a variety of suite arrangements including spacious single, double, and triple rooms.

The building is divided into ten wings (two per floor), and each wing has a living room area including a refrigerator and microwave for student use. At least one living room area on each floor is equipped with a television for student viewing.

 

 

Building Features

388 co-ed residents
72 Double rooms
50 triple and 94 single rooms
Suite style bathrooms
2 elevators
Wireless internet access throughout building
Laundry room on top four floors
Conference room and 3 lobbies on first floor
2 lobbies per floor on floors 2 through 5
Kitchenette on first floor

Room Features

Double and triple room size Approximately 15’ X 19’
Single room size 11’ X 8’
Window size 3’ X 7’ with vertical blinds (fifth floor windows are larger)
80" mattresses (extra-long)
Cable hook-up in each room (coaxial cable not provided)
Each resident is provided with the following:
1 Extra-long twin bed
1 Closet area
1 Desk and desk chair
1 Chest of drawers

Security Features

Locked building entry with card access
Fire suppression system throughout rooms and building
Fully staffed with one Resident Director and ten Resident Assistants