Village C

Village C includes a West Wing for first-year students and an East Wing for transfer students and upperclassmen. There are two students in each room and each room has a full bathroom.

37th and O St., N.W., Washington

Place Type

Residence Hall

Upcoming Events

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-county and cross-time mission,...

3/28 8pm
Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-county and cross-time mission,...

3/29 8pm
Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-county and cross-time mission,...

3/30 2pm
Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-county and cross-time mission,...

3/30 8pm
Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-county and cross-time mission,...

4/3 8pm

Recent Events

Seph: A Workshop

1/26/2019

Seph: A Workshop

1/25/2019

Seph: A Workshop

1/24/2019

Seph: A Workshop

1/23/2019

Seph: A Workshop

1/19/2019

Recent Activity

Kylen Small

Kylen Small left a positive review 11/2/2017

The Hand That Feeds you was a smart and genuine play that captured my interest from the first moment. Passionate performances from several of the actors emotionally engaged me, at one point bringing me to tears. The intimate setting of Village C theatre allowed me to feel like I was a part of the play, and therefore a part of the movement. Overall, it was a great analysis of life for black and minority people in middle class America.

Village C

Village C posted a photo 3/21/2012