Home to the inVenTs living-learning communities, Lee Hall is where innovation can always be found on campus. All four science & engineering living-learning programs are housed here, and the shared maker space, named Studio One, is the most visible sign of science, engineering, and technology at work together. This co-ed building contains study lounges, community kitchens, hall bathrooms, the inVenTs maker space, and common space for meeting all in a high-rise style building. Lee does not have A/C, but is in a shady part of campus directly across from tennis courts, Cassell Coliseum, and is close to Dietrick Dining Hall, outdoor recreation spaces, and Owens Dining Hall. Rooms are approximately 12' by 14' and include twin beds, desks, chairs, dressers, a sink, and mirror. Learn more about Galileo, Hypatia, Da Vinci, and Curie below.
Hypatia: Women in Engineering
Galileo: Men in Engineering
Curie: Quantitative and Physical Sciences
Da Vinci: Biological and Life Sciences
Assistant Director: Aliana Harrison
Area Office Manager: Diwana Chapman
Residential Learning Coordinator - Lee: Linzy Martinelli
Residential Learning Coordinator- Taylor Henkel
Housekeeping Supervisor: Donna Rasnake
Area Office: Go to your area office to take advantage of a wide range of services including key loans, lost keys, room changes, and group space reservations.
Newman Area Office
A27 Newman Hall
Mail Room: Ground floor of Lee, near entrance closest to O'Shaughnessy Hall
Go to Residential Mail Services for more information on mail distribution, address format, package pick-up, and updating your address.
Laundry: Basement low side
Use Laundry Web to reserve a washer or dryer, tell you how many machines are in use, or send you a text when your laundry is done. All machines accept coins or Hokie Passport debit.
Sunday-Thursday 10 a.m.–midnight.
Friday-Saturday 10 a.m.–2 a.m.