Booth Hall - Pi Kappa Alpha
Booth Hall houses the men of Pi Kappa Alpha, one of two national fraternities on campus. Built in 1965 along with Cockrell and Serena Halls, Booth Hall honors Miss Fannie Willis Booth, who was a fixture at William Woods for the first 50 years of its history. Miss Booth was a protégé of Dr. and Mrs. William S. Woods. She is largely thought to be a reason for their interest in college affairs. Miss Booth was extremely visible on campus and held a large variety of offices during her time at William Woods. She was so popular that for many years, a formal birthday dinner party was held in her honor at Tucker Dining Hall and was attended by all the students.
- Each room includes a desk, chair, dresser, and twin extra-long bed for each student
- Common areas include flat screen television, couches, tables, end tables, chairs, a pool table, and a DVD player
- All residence halls include coin-operated laundry facilities