See building layout here.
Gender: 1st and 3rd floors are all male; 2nd floor is female
Class: Freshmen and Upperclassmen
Room Types: Doubles
Meal Plan Options: Residents may choose between a 14 and a 19 meal plan (freshmen must have a 19)
Bathrooms: There is a shared bathroom on each floor.
Laundry: There is a laundry room in the basement.
History of Fox Hall
Built as a final addition to the first men's housing complex, the sixth section opened in 1958 and honors Dr. Luther A. Fox 1868, an outstanding Lutheran minister and the first to receive an honorary D.D. from Roanoke College. Dr. Fox joined the faculty in 1882, teaching history, philosophy and religion until his death in 1925. Dr. Fox awed his students because he never brought a textbook to class, yet made references or assignments both by pages and lines with unerring accuracy.
Additional Information about Fox Hall
Fox Hall has three floors for a total of 38 residents. It is a part of the "Sections" Complex in the East Side neighborhood. The first and third floors are male, while the second floor is female. Each floor has an RA. Fox, Wells 2 and Wells 3 are the only halls in Sections that available to freshmen students.