Housing 249 co-ed students, Harper Hall is a suite-style building with either two or three rooms sharing a common living room and bathroom.
Four floors; 72,785 square feet.
Harper Hall honors the memory of Laura Jane Harper, Virginia Tech's first woman academic dean and the founding dean of the School of Home Economics, which evolved into today's College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. During 31 years at the university, Harper became a nationally and internationally noted nutritionist, educator, and equal rights advocate. As dean, she organized the School of Home Economics, initiated doctoral programs, recruited minority students, and spearheaded a drive to build Wallace Hall.
Harper Hall was built in was built in 1999.
Address: 240 West Campus Drive | Map Grid: L-8
Originally Built: 1999 | Abbreviation: HARP
Latitude: 37.22275 | Longitude: -80.42329