The Hill Dorms comprises East Hall, Middle Hall, and West Hall. Among the most historic of the College’s buildings, these specialty dorms are located in an ideal location on campus: right in the center.
Middle Hall was erected in 1845, and was later flanked by East and West Halls.
Middle Hall is specialty housing for students with a particular interest in the arts. Its resident community is typically made up of Art/Art History, Drama, and Music majors, although there are also frequently first-year students and English majors in residence. Middle Hall enhances the experiences of students in the Arts by involving them in special programming, collaborative opportunities with faculty and unique learning opportunities. These three components are conducted with a combined effort between academics, student affairs, and the Middle Hall House Council.
East Hall, also known as the International House, is a three-story, co-ed specialty housing building for students interested in International Relations, international cultures/studies, and foreign language. The building has a faculty advisor and typically has both national and international residents. There is a full kitchen and a common area in the basement.
West Hall, the Science House, is specialty housing for students interested in the sciences. This building, which has a faculty advisor, has a full kitchen and a common area in the basement.
For more information on the Hill Dorms and the other residence halls, check out the Office of Residential Life.