Henle Village

About

Henle Village is an upperclass apartment complex known for its open spaces called the “fishbowl”, “courtyard” and “the big tree”. Most students refer to their apartment as “My Henle”. It is named for long serving President Robert Henle, S.J and is located near Leavey Center. Henle’s location is an easy walk to Red Square, the bookstore, and Epicurean! Henle consists of 4-person and 5-person apartments arranged in stairwells of six to eight apartments, also referred to as towers. A few apartments on the ground level have doors that open to a patio. 

Room Features

  • Each student receives:
    • one bunkable bed (beds cannot be lofted)
    • one small three drawer dresser
    • one 30″ writing desk with hutch with accompanying 2-drawer rolling pedestal
    • one closet with overhead storage space
    • carpet flooring in most bedrooms

Hall Features

  • Average apartment square footage: 795.53 sq ft. 
  • 4-person units
    • two double rooms
  • 5-person units
    • two double rooms
    • one single room
  • Kitchen is furnished with:
    • an electric range
    • sink with disposal
    • cabinets & drawers
    • full size refrigerator/freezer
  • Living room is furnished with:
    • a sofa and two easy chairs
    • two lamps
    • a coffee table and 2 end tables
  • the bedrooms and bathrooms are located either upstairs or downstairs from the main level (some apartments are one level)
  • vinyl plank flooring in kitchen and living room (renovated summer 2020)
  • Residential Ministers
  • Laundry facilities available
  • Wi-Fi coverage in all rooms and common areas
  • Community room with a full kitchen, including a microwave, oven, stovetop and a refrigerator/freezer.
  • Two outdoor grills located in the courtyard area

Mailing Information

Letter Mail & Packages

Students Full Name
Student
Henle Village | Room Number
Georgetown University
3700 O St. NW
Washington, DC 20057

Community Director

Aysia Evans
ae640@georgetown.edu
202.687.6014

Community Directors are professional live-in staff members employed by the University. These professionals work directly with students, Residential Ministers, Faculty-in-Residence and campus partners to create a formative living learning environment for our students. Community Directors oversee the Resident Assistant staff within their residential community and develop and implement community educational plans.