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Residence Halls


Residence HallArchitectCompletion DateCurrent StatusOccupancy
Anna Mann A.E. Doyle 1920
(addition in 1992)
coed 30
Aspen House Zimmer Gunsul Frasca 2008 coed 29
Bidwell House Zimmer Gunsul Frasca 2008 coed 29
Birchwood Apartments unknown purchased and renovated in 2004 coed 69
Bragdon Hall Zimmer Gunsul Frasca 1998 coed 59
Canyon House unknown purchased in 1986 coed 8
Chittick Neil Farnham '40 1959 coed 25
Farm House unknown purchased in 2007 coed 7
Foster-Scholz Belluschi & Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1959
(renovated in 1995)
coed 89
Garden House unknown purchased in 1994 coed 10
Griffin Farnham & Peck 1962 coed 26
MacNaughton Belluschi & Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1954
(named in 1959, renovated in 1996)
coed 70
McKinley Farnham & Peck 1962 coed 27
Naito Hall Michael & Kuhns 1997 coed 73
Old Dorm Block A.E. Doyle 1912
(renovated in 1991)
coed 117
Reed College Apartments unknown purchased in 1986 coed 57
Sequoia House Zimmer Gunsul Frasca 2008 coed 31
Sitka House Zimmer Gunsul Frasca 2008 coed 34
Sullivan Hall Michael & Kuhns 1997 coed 82
Woodbridge Farnham & Peck 1962 coed 27
Woodstocks I, II, III, IV & V A.E. Doyle
Hennebery Eddy
1920
2008
language theme houses 47
Total [956 bed capacity minus guest/emergency/Resident Director and Dorm Host beds] = 946 beds available
*Includes House Advisor and Language Scholar beds
946*