As one of the first college unions in the United States, this Gothic structure was modeled after Hart House at the University of Toronto and bears the name of a Cornell alumnus whose wife was instructed to use his money "...to make Cornell a more human place." It is now considered to be the hub of the university campus activities.
Willard Straight Hall (WSH) supports the events and functions of the many units within the Office of the Dean of Students and building services such as:
At 103,000 square feet and 6 floors, WSH is also home to:
Willard Straight Hall Resource Center services include: