Voorhees Hall is a co-ed residence hall that has 53 rooms and houses 114 students. It is named after Elizabeth Voorhees, who, with her husband, was a supportive donor in Hope’s early history. Originally completed in 1907, Voorhees was the first building to be lighted by electricity and was the first residence for women..
- Beds can be bunked but not lofted (bed safety rail provided)
- Carpeted floors
- Window blinds
- Extra long twin beds (80-inch mattress)
- A closet with shelves along the top
- Desk chairs
Other rooms in Voorhees Hall include a computer lab, laundry room, kitchen and lounges.
Tour a Room
Hold your curser down and move around inside the photo below to see a 360-degree view of a standard double room in Voorhees Hall.