Housing

Perdue House

Constructed in 1996 to accommodate the Olympic Games, Wiley A. Perdue House is home to approximately 200 upperclassmen residents. With three floors of traditional occupancy rooms, each room is spacious. Study rooms on each floor and a vibrant community lounge are utilized to host social events. Aligning with our vision of providing a “Premier Residential Experience” in each residential community, residents of Perdue House will experience a host of dynamic programming, community building, and personal development, tailored to the appreciation of art and culture.