Traditional Residence Halls
Bryan Hall (average room size: 13ft.7in. x 11ft. 1in.), a co-ed residence hall completed in 1968, is designed to house approximately 215 upper class students in suites of eight. The hall is air-conditioned and is designed for eight students per suite (4 bedrooms) who share a bath and a common area (common area is unfurnished). There is also a central laundry room in the basement and a lounge with a small kitchenette on the second floor. Each room shares one cable connection, and all halls have wireless internet connectivity. The central courtyard houses many social activities throughout the year. Bryan Hall is an upper class hall.
Bryan Hall Interior Room View
Shore Hall, (average room size: 13 ft. 7 in. x 11 ft. 9 in.) built in 1954 and recently renovated in 2003, is an all-female residence hall housing approximately 60 students. Shore is air-conditioned and has carpeted floors on either side of a corridor with central bathrooms, kitchen, laundry facilities and a spacious lounge. Each room shares one cable connection, and all halls have wireless internet connectivity.
Shore is available to upper class female students, but may house first year female students if there is a need.
Shore Hall Interior Room
Mary Hobbs Hall, (average room size: 13 ft. 6 in. x 12 ft.), built in 1907 and with more recent renovations in 1977, 2004 and 2005, houses approximately 54 female upper class residents. This unique building is the oldest residential facility on campus, and is being renovated in 2013 to reflect that history. The hall is air-conditioned with rooms on either side of long and short corridors with central bathroom facilities, a kitchen and laundry room in the basement and three lounges. The lounges are carpeted and the halls and rooms have hardwood floors.
English Hall (average room size: 16 ft. 4 in. x 11 ft. 8 in.), built in 1957, is an all-male designated hall with approximately 50 students. The hall is air-conditioned with carpeted floors and has rooms on either side of a corridor with central bathroom facilities. Each room has a sink and there are kitchen, lounge and laundry facilities. Each room shares one cable connection. All halls have wireless internet connectivity. English Hall is an upper class hall although it may house first year males if there is a need.
English Hall Interior Room