Woodlee-Ewing Residence Hall

Built in 1984, Woodlee-Ewing Residence Hall is Bryan's largest residence facility, housing a capacity of 174 students.  The hall is named for trustee Glen Woodlee and his wife, Sarah Ewing Woodlee, whose family was among the founders of the college.

This building is designed suite-style to accommodate two students per room, with every two rooms having a connecting bathroom. Each room's built-in furniture is arranged to provide two private study centers. All rooms are tiled and individually climate-controlled. Lounges, a kitchen area, a laundry room, storage facilities and a resident director's apartment complement the 87 student rooms.

Meet Woodlee-Ewing Resident Director Kevin Anderson and his staff here.

Quick Facts about Woodlee-Ewing

Floors/Halls: 4 floors, 8 halls

Residence rooms: 87, seven rooms have private restrooms

Students per room: Two students per room, four per suite

Current Capacity: 174

Room Description: 13' x 17', Cinderblock walls and tiled floors

Furniture/Amenities: Bed, desk, chair, closet, and dresser 

Community Areas: Lounges on second, third and fourth floors (cable tv on third). Kitchen (refrigerator, stove, oven and microwave), laundry room (washers, dryers and ironing board) and community computer lab all housed on the first floor.

Showers per student: About one shower for every four men

Woodlee is well-known for: Being B.C.'s largest residence hall, and until 2006, serving as Bryan's only men's residence hall for most of the years since opening in 1984.

Woodlee's game of choice: Guitar Hero, Halo, Rook

Woodlee pastimes: You'll generally find a sporting event or sports show on Woodlee's televisions at any given moment or at least hear a conversation about something sports-related.