Wofford juniors move one step closer to The Village senior housing when they move into Wightman Hall, located across Evins Street from the Michael S. Brown Village Center and beside Lesesne Hall (also junior housing). Each room features two cubes — furnished with a bed, desk and desk chair — that function as an individual bedroom/study area. The cubes open into a common area, which comes with two armoires and two dressers. The living space has enough room for a seating area, mini-fridge, microwave and television. Bathrooms are suite-style and are shared between two rooms. The residence hall is co-educational, but suites are single-gender.
All Wofford residence halls and apartments are fully wired and have free laundry facilities, recycling receptacles, safety lighting, group gathering spaces and a team of resident assistants, who provide support as well as community-building and educational programming.