Hardman Hansen Hall (HHH) is the largest of the three buildings. It has 132 living rooms, and a lot of other facilities such as the cafeteria, TV rooms, computer room, study rooms etc.
Robison Hall, was designed by the Bauhaus architect Richard Neutra, and has been designated a cultural landmark by the city of Los Angeles. It has 37 living rooms, and it is across the street from HHH.
Essene Hall is our smallest building right next to HHH. It has 24 living rooms.
A-Wing lounge is in Robison building. It's where Board and Mem-Com meetings take place. Moreover, it sometimes serves as a place for social events.
All of our rooms have high speed internet connection. In addition, we have a computer room where members can connect to internet and print their documents.
We have three large screen TVs with DirecTV service placed in public areas. This one is on the 7th floor of HHH building.
The Front Office is where most membership issues are processed such as applications, choreshift assignments, payments etc. It's located at HHH entrance.
A Study Room
One of the several study rooms located in HHH building. This one is on the 4th floor. Members can use these rooms for their studies 24/7.
The UCHA library which is on the 4th floor of HHH building. It also serves as a study room.
Choreshift in Kitchen
Some members doing their weekly choreshift in Kitchen, helping to prepare food. Most new members do their chore in Kitchen.
UCHA has a pool room on the 6th floor of HHH building, in addition to other recreational facilities such as ping pong and foosball tables, TV rooms etc.
Empty Living Room
An empty member room. This is a triple room, where there are wardrobes and a 3rd bed which are not visible in the photo.