On Monday morning, the FAU Department of Housing and Residential Life announced that they will be turning the Hillel All-Night Study into a brand new residence hall. The news reportedly came with the exciting news that no construction or refurbishment will be required, as students already display a strong passion for sleeping on a computer keyboard.
“I am so glad we can get students what they want,” said housing official Hank Johnson. “We always see students that absolutely love sleeping in the Hillel All-Night Study, so when we had the idea to convert it into a residence hall, you can probably imagine our excitement. Now for just seven thousand a semester, these students can call the building they love to sleep in their new home.”
At press time, the new hall had already reached maximum capacity and FAU’s Department of Housing and Residential Life already declared the new hall a huge success. Housing officials are now reportedly looking at new housing options for students such as a library study room and a dining hall bathroom stall.