Housing 136 upperclass women, Maddox provides apartment style living in suites of four, arranged with two separate bedrooms and a shared living area and bathroom. Both bedrooms are furnished with beds, desks, and closet shelving, and the shared living area is furnished with a couch, armchair, and T.V. stand. Candidacy for residence begins as early as the Spring semester of freshman year for students with a 2.5 GPA.
The living room dimensions are 10′ x 13′ and each bedroom is 9′ 11″ x 13′ 10″. The living room has one large window measuring 61″ x 94″. Each bedroom has a window 60″ x 29.5″. The lavatory / kitchen area has room for a microwave and small refrigerator.
Carpet may be placed in the room but not attached to the floor. Other alterations to the room, such as ceiling fans, are not permitted. University owned furniture (beds, desks, shelving, etc) may not be removed from the room.
There is a hall director on staff, and a resident assistant is available on each floor. Handicapped rooms are available. Students may only use nails from ResLife staff in order to hang pictures from the walls.
Resident Life Staff
Rachel Jones – Maddox Hall Director
Katie Theriot – RA, 1st floor
Alana O’Brien – RA, 2nd floor
Allyson Huffman – RA, 3rd floor
Shelby Pierceall – RA, 4th floor