729 Kuskokwim Way
Harwood Hall was completed in the spring of 1964. The 36 efficiency and one-bedroom apartments provide housing for graduate and non-traditional students over 26 years old who are single, married without children or financially interdependent couples.
Boyd C. Harwood was born in Chatfield, Minn., on Jan. 1, 1903. He graduated with a degree in pharmacy from Washington State College, Pullman in 1925. For several years he worked as a pharmacist until he came to Alaska in 1942. In 1946, Harwood moved to Nome where he bought and operated the Nome Drug Store. He served as a member of the UA Board of Regents from 1959-1964.