JMU's Wayland Hall: A Dynamic Living-Learning Environment for a New Century

07.20.16

Former Wayland Hall residents and Associate Professor of Theatre, Terry Dean, share how the renovation transformed the 41,000 square foot residence hall into an innovative new living-learning community dedicated to the visual and performing arts. All aspects of the program are designed to encourage interaction, promote sustainable living, and expose students to the discipline and joy of the arts. With innovative materials and thoughtful design strategies, the renovated Wayland Hall demonstrates that a residence hall renovation can re-define an existing building in powerful and lasting ways.

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Former Wayland Hall residents and Associate Professor of Theatre, Terry Dean, share how the renovation transformed the 41,000 square foot residence hall into an innovative new living-learning community dedicated to the visual and performing arts. All aspects of the program are designed to encourage interaction, promote sustainable living, and expose students to the discipline and joy of the arts. With innovative materials and thoughtful design strategies, the renovated Wayland Hall demonstrates that a residence hall renovation can re-define an existing building in powerful and lasting ways.

View the video on our our Youtube channel and Facebook page.