Hillcrest Hall is home to the Hillcrest Honors Living-Learning Community, a unique community of about 100 students, ranging from first-years to grad students, from all academic disciplines! It's a community where you can share your interests with other passionate and ambitious honors students working in diverse areas across the university.
A Unique Residential Community
This small, tight-knit community is reserved for students that belong to the Honors College at Virginia Tech.
Home to the Hillcrest Living-Learning Community
Hillcrest Hall is home to the Hillcrest Living-Learning Community, a multidisciplinary and multigenerational community for honors students.
Built with Common Spaces
Hillcrest Hall features a large common space with a piano and study spaces, as well as lounges and other spaces for gathering and collaborating with fellow students.
Hillcrest Hall residents utilize the laundry machines located in the basement.
Use Laundry Web to reserve a washer or dryer, tell you how many machines are in use, or even send you a text when your laundry is done! All machines accept coins or Hokie Passport debit.
Hillcrest Hall is located on the far west side of campus, with close proximity to the Duck Pond, the Life Sciences division, and Dietrick dining hall.
Visit the full Virginia Tech campus map to locate Hillcrest Hall within the larger campus. Hillcrest Hall is building #54 located in quadrant K-7.
Rooms are approximately 12' x 15' and include the following furniture:
- twin beds
- twin XL mattresses
To get a closer look inside some of our different room styles, check out our 360º room photos.
Hillcrest Hall is open for visitation 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
All incoming first-year students are required to live in on-campus housing for their first year; however, students are not guaranteed their choice of housing, and must complete their housing/dining contract to be assigned a space. Assignments for incoming first-year students and transfers are made in contract receipt order, so the earlier your contract arrives, the earlier you are assigned in the process.
For more detailed information about first-year housing, please visit this page.
Unlike incoming freshmen, on-campus housing is not guaranteed to returning or transfer students. Returning undergraduate students must request housing for the next academic year using the housing application process (HAP), more commonly known as the "housing lottery." For more detailed information about returning undergraduate housing, please visit this page.
Please visit this page and use the navigation bar at the top to explore all of our on-campus housing information.
Hillcrest Hall is home to 90 students.
There are several fitness options available for students in Hillcrest Hall:
- VT Rec Sports offers a variety of fitness opportunities, including two gyms, group exercise classes, personal training, small group training, intramural sports, and more.
- Hillcrest Hall is very close to McComas Hall.
We invite you to explore the VT Rec Sports website for comprehensive information on student fitness and wellbeing.