Hoge Hall is home to Galileo and Hypatia, the two living-learning communities for engineering students, which engage residents in exploring engineering, making lasting friendships, and achieving academic success.
Designed for Collaboration
Hoge Hall is home to over 800 students and features a large number of common spaces, study areas, and places for collaboration and connection.
Featuring the Makers Space
The Hoge maker space is a engineering studio featuring hand tools, power tools, and CNC mills used for engraving and 3D part creations.
Built for Community
Hoge Hall features lounges, study spaces, a community kitchen, and is connected to the Prairie Quad which features a fitness park, basketball hoops, volleyball courts, and green space.
Hoge Hall has laundry machines located on the first floor.
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.
Hoge Hall is tucked into the back side of campus, with close proximity to the Owens and Dietrick Dining Halls, Washington Street, and Lane Stadium and Cassell Coliseum.
Visit the full Virginia Tech campus map to locate Hoge Hall within the larger campus. Hoge is building #30 located in quadrant N-7.
Rooms are approximately 12' x 14' and include the following furniture:
- twin beds
- twin XL mattresses
- a sink
- a mirror
To get a closer look inside some of our different room styles, check out our 360º room photos.
Hoge Hall's visitation hours are:
- Sunday - Thursday
- 10:00 a.m. to midnight
- Friday - Saturday
- 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Hoge Hall in VT News:
Article ItemFinding a home with the Hoge family , article
The Blacksburg couple hosted, cared for, and supported Virginia Tech's first Black students at a time when segregation still ruled campus life. A residence hall was recently named in their honor.Date: Aug 26, 2020
Article ItemBoard of Visitors Executive Committee approves new names for residence halls , article
With Thursday's action, the residence hall at 570 Washington Street, SW (formerly known as Lee Hall) is named for the late Janie and William Hoge, a local African American couple. The residence hall at 240 Kent Street (formerly known as Barringer Hall) is named in honor of James Leslie Whitehurst Jr. ’63.Date: Aug 13, 2020
Article ItemSafely welcoming new students to residence halls , article
In the year of “unprecedented,” Virginia Tech brings new and exciting definitions to the word. Virginia Tech will welcome its most diverse first-year class to date, composed of 6,675 students from 46 states and 46 countries. Move-in will take place August 14-23, and incoming residents from around the world will begin their journey at Virginia Tech.Date: Aug 14, 2020
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.
The only students that are guaranteed housing in Hoge Hall are those who have applied and been accepted to Galileo or Hypatia. To complete your Housing/Dining Contract and apply to Living-Learning Programs, log into the StarRez Portal. 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."
The only students that are guaranteed housing in Hoge Hall are those who have applied and been accepted to Galileo or Hypatia. To complete the HAP and apply to Living-Learning Programs, log into the StarRez Portal. 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.
Hoge Hall is home to 851 students.
There are several fitness options available for students in Hoge 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.
- Hoge Hall is connected to the Prairie Quad, which features a brand-new outdoor fitness park, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and green space.
- Hoge Hall is also located very close to the Washington Street tennis courts that are open for play at any time for students, faculty, and staff.
We invite you to explore the VT Rec Sports website for comprehensive information on student fitness and wellbeing.