Alice Lloyd Hall

100 Observatory
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2025
General Information:  (734) 764-1172
Facsimile:  (734) 647-2559

Location: Hill Area

Meal Serving Unit: Yes

Extended Hours: No

Breakfast Served: No

Resident Population and Composition:
635 if all beds in triples are used; predominantly first-year and sophomore.

Resident Staff Size, Composition, Special Features:
3 Resident Directors, 1 Head Librarian, 1 Minority Peer Advisor, 10 Resident Fellows, 14 Residents Advisors   --  RFs teach Lloyd Hall Scholars courses; 11 sophomore Student Advisors, 1 Resident Computer Systems Consultant, 1 Academic Peer Advisor.

Student Government/House Council/Minority Councils:
One House Council with budget exceeding $10,000.  Minority Council - MYSTIC (Minority Youth Striving to Incorporate Cohesiveness.)

Academic Programs:
Lloyd Hall Scholars Program, LSA academic advisor.

Special Corridor/House Arrangements:
4 Substance-Free corridors, 4 all-male corridors, 3 all-female corridors, 12 co-ed by room corridors;  170 substance-free rooms, 400 non-smoking rooms.

Special Facilities:
Art room, library, 2 laundry rooms, vending room, game room, piano practice rooms.

Micro-Computer Cluster:
20 work stations, 13 Macintosh SE computers, 7 Dell Optiplex computers, 2 Imagewriter printers, 1 Laserwriter printer, 1 optical scanner.

Study Space Description:
Library, 7 corridor lounges, Umoja (Minority Lounge), West Lounge, East Lounge, Klein Lounge (open 24 hours everyday for study).

Meeting Space:
Alice's Restaurant, West Lounge, Brown Conference Room, Klein Lounge, East Lounge.

Public Area Space:

Special Traditions:
High level of cultural and educational programming.  Living-learning center approach to classes and programs.

Special Programs/Opportunities:
Lloyd Hall Scholars Program open to all residents; Student Advisor positions open to all returning sophomores who have participated in the LHS Program.

Professional Staff in Building:
On-site Dining Service and Facilities Managers; Coordinator of Residence Education (CORE); 1/2 time secretary, Office Coordinator, and student temporary employees.

Alice Lloyd Hall was completed in 1949 - in the midst of a labor and building materials shortage - at a cost of $2.9 million.  Alice Crocker Lloyd, a highly revered member of the U-M community and the hall's namesake, was the University's Dean of Women from 1930-1950.  The houses within Alice Lloyd are named after important women for the University's past:  Sarah Caswell Angell, Caroline Hubbard Kleinsteuck, Mary Louisa Hindsdale, and Alice Freeman Palmer.  From its commencement, Lloyd Hall remained an all-female hall until 1968, when the Pilot Program (now the Lloyd Hall Scholars Program) moved into the all-female building and the hall became co-educational.

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