The Tenley Campus is located approximately one mile from Main Campus on Nebraska Avenue at Tenley Circle. It is home to the Washington Semester Program, a one semester opportunity for college students from around the world to participate in an internship in the nation's capital. Tenley Campus also hosts the Washington Mentorship Program, a one semester program for future first-year students to transition to the college experience. Tenley Campus is home to a student computer facility, the Tenley Area Recreation Center (TARC), the Tenley Café, and a fitness room. There are 10 Resident Assistants on the Tenley Campus.
CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL HALLS
Capital and Congressional Halls are home to both transfer students and Washington Semester Students. Students have provided feedback that living off Tenley circle provides them easy access to their internships and all that the District of Columbia has to offer. Capital and Congressional Hall students live together in traditional style residence hall double and triple rooms.
Federal Hall is home to students of the Washington Mentorship. Tenley Café, the block plan dining facility for Tenley Campus, is located on the first floor of Federal Hall. Since rooms in Federal Hall are generally larger than those on main campus, triple room setups are permanent.