This historic building continues its long tradition of serving women and is only for residents who identify as female.
Reid is a traditional corridor style hall with community bathrooms.
Reid is not accessible and does not have an elevator.
Reid Hall has floor tiling in the hallways, bedrooms, and lounge areas.
Heating is via radiator with cooling by removable window AC units.
Reid Hall was built in 1896 to house the Normal Department of Washington College when the state approved a normal program for women at the college and was called “Normal Hall.” In 1910, the Normal Department was abolished and Normal Hall became a woman’s dormitory. In 1922 it was renamed Reid Hall after the College’s president at the turn of the century. In 1929 it was renovated extensively to its current form.
Internet is wireless.
The laundry room in on the basement level and cost is included in the room rate. No id or coins are needed to operate the laundry machines.
On the basement level, there is a very large main community room with pool table, non-working fireplace, tv and sitting areas. There is also a study room, kitchen, and the laundry room.
Due to it's age, room dimensions aren't consistent but on average singles are 12 x 12 and doubles are 12 x 18.
There are 6 singles and 29 double rooms in Reid Hall.