Residence halls on the South Green, which stand only feet away from Morris Library, Perkins Student Center and Student Health Services, served as the original site of the Delaware Women's College in the early 1900s.
In the historic buildings, no two rooms are alike -- with hardwood or tiled floors, high-rise ceilings, detailed molding and gorgeous Colonial facades. Although they were built mid-century, South Central residence halls have been fully renovated.
Caesar Rodney, the newest residence hall at the University of Delaware when it opened in 2015, was designed with the environment in mind. A green roof with path connects The Green to Academy Street. The residence hall is attached to a dining hall that's twice the size of Pencader Dining Hall, where food is made fresh in front of students, serving about 6000 meals a day.
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Community councils are student-run student governments focused on advocacy, programming and community service. Every area on campus has its own community council.
South Central was the home of the original Women’s College. Today, in place of faculty being required to live with students as chaperones, Resident Assistants and professional Residence Life & Housing staff partner with student to create a once in a lifetime community experience where students learn, contribute, thrive and achieve their aspirations.