Hensley Hall

Hensley Hall, a predominately first-year co-ed living option on the Mount Vernon campus, has a maximum occupancy of 39 students in a combination of single rooms with a community bathroom, double rooms with a community bathroom, double suites with shared bathrooms. This intimate community is one of GW's best opportunities to say you know everyone who lives in your hall.

Although studying in your room is always an option, Hensley residents are a few steps away from Eckles Library and its study rooms and three computer labs. In each Hensley room, students are provided with desks, desk chairs, dressers, and beds. Hensley features laundry facilities in the basement of the building. The television lounge also contains a billiards table. A community kitchen allows students to cook in their residence hall, or they can grab a bite across campus at the Ames Dining Hall.

Cole Hall is home to our Global Connections Living Learning Communities, one of Mount Vernon's newest living learning communities.

Video of Hensley Hall 2-Person Unit

Building Snapshot:

  • Style: Suite Style
  • Year Built: 1945
  • Number of Residents: 39
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Rooms: 23
  • Number of Floors: Three Residential

Building Features

  • TV lounge
  • Community Kitchen
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • MicroFridge in each room

Room Size

  • Double Bedroom with Adjoined Bath (90% of rooms)
  • Single Bedroom with Adjoined or Private Bath (10% of rooms)


  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet