Completed Projects

Williston has consistently upgraded its facilities to improve the student experience on campus. Recently completed projects include:

Cross-Country Course

The newly-completed 3.1-mile course is entirely on Williston-owned property, and takes runners through the lush woods behind campus. (2017)

Robert A. Childs '65 Tennis Pavilions

Two pavilions were constructed near the tennis courts to provide shelter for both players and spectators. Funds for the pavilions were donated by Alice Childs in memory of her son, Robert A. Childs '65. (2016)

Williston Theatre Improvements

Thanks to generous donations from parents of seniors, new lighting, sound (including wireless microphones), and projection systems helped upgrade Williston's state-of-the-art, 288-seat performance space. (2016)

Campus Lighting Enhancements

Thanks to generous donations from parents of seniors, upgrades and additions were made to exterior lighting on buildings and to lanterns along walkways. The new fixtures feature LED bulbs, which are more energy efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs. (2016)

Birch Dining Commons & Stu-Bop

The 2015 renovation of Birch Dining Commons included new serving equipment, flooring, and interior design elements. The Stu-Bop student café was completely overhauled at this time, including the addition of a self-service area for grab-and-go products. (2015)

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Phillips Stevens Chapel

The front of the Chapel was renovated to create a more versatile space for performance and other school events. The stage area is now ADA-compliant, and features updated sound and projection systems. (2015)

Solar Array

Solar panels were installed on the roofs of the Athletic Center and Lossone Rink. The panels produce renewable electricity that offsets the operating costs of both facilities. (2014)

Dorm Common Rooms

A number of dormitories including Ford Hall, Hathaway House, Sawyer House, and John Wright Dormitory received upgrades to furniture and flooring as part of a campus-wide effort to improve student residences. (2014)

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