Kilham, Larcom, Metcalf, Chapin, and Cragin
Kilham, Larcom, Metcalf, Chapin, and Cragin are located on upper campus. The different halls offer a wide variety of living choices for students.
Kilham is the only all-women’s residence hall on campus. Its residents live in singles, doubles, triples, and quads. Laundry facilities, a kitchen and a lounge with cable television are located in the basement.
Larcom is one of two Wellness Halls on campus. Students here desire to live in a substance free environment–they must sign a contract that confirms that they will neither bring, nor allow cigarettes, alcohol, and other drugs into the building. Residents of Larcom live in singles, doubles and triples. Laundry facilities and a kitchen are located in the basement.
Metcalf is a traditional residence hall that consists of singles, doubles, triples, and quads. There are laundry facilities and a lounge in the basement as well as a study lounge and kitchen on the first floor.
Chapin is the smallest residence hall on campus with 44 students. First year students live in doubles and triples. A lounge with cable television is on the first floor with laundry facilities in the basement.
Cragin is a traditional style residence hall with 68 students. Primarily upper class students live in Cragin.
The Hall Staff works hard to create a safe and engaging community among our residents through programming and community building. There are numerous events that are traditionally sponsored by this area including: Springfest, which is an opportunity for residents to hang out over delicious drinks and great music.
Hall Staff 2012-2013
Area Coordinator: Courtney Ruggles
Kacie Fox (SR)
Sarah Collins (HR)
Alison von Rohr