George Washington Goler House (GHS), built in 1972, is a 13-story high-rise building immediately adjacent to the Medical Center and a 10- or 15-minute walk from the River Campus. The main entrance security system is controlled by resident telephones. The 321 apartments (including several short-term units) are among the University’s most spacious and include studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. Some two-bedroom units have two baths. Some of the Goler House apartments are furnished. A University bus stop is at the front door; shopping, public transportation, and restaurants are close by.
Unlike our other complexes, Goler House is available to most members of the University community, including faculty and staff.
- Basic furnishings in one- and two-bedroom furnished apartments:
- Dining table with four chairs
- Sofa with side chair
- Coffee and end tables
- Each bedroom contains:
- Twin bed
- Desk with chair
- Night table
- Window blinds