Students live with roommates in a circle of small wood-heated cabins with a separate bathhouse. The eight cabins accommodate 2-3 students each in bunk beds. Shelves for books and desk space for laptops and writing are shared. Each cabin has a small sofa near the wood stove.

Interns live in separate cabins in the circle and year-round faculty live in neighboring homes adjacent to the cabin area. Most of our students are new to the experience of living in community and sharing a space with roommates. They often find that learning to live with others is one of the richest, and most challenging, aspects of their Woolman experience.