Hughes Hall is named after Lt. Lloyd H. Hughes ’43 and was constructed in 1964. He piloted his heavy bomber to a precision minimum-altitude bombing of Axis refineries in Ploesti, Romania on August 1, 1943, even though gasoline was streaming from his aircraft.
After flying through flames, he attempted a landing with one wing aflame. The aircraft crashed and was consumed.
Hughes Hall is one of the halls that makes up the ‘FHK’ Complex.
2021 – 2022 Rates
Single Gender by Suite Description
The building houses male and female residents next door to each other, but all residents in the same multi-room suite are the same gender. Only residents of the same gender share a restroom.