Located at the intersection of University Ave and College Street, this upperclass residence houses students in mostly double rooms with a few singles and triples.
Walking distance from the Sullivan Student Center main entrance: 5 minutes 30 seconds
Popular with: People who like huge common spaces, large kitchens, great lawn space, more social yet independent living, and enjoy living near the historical side of campus.
Students say: “Currently, the noise level is pretty typical of most dorms on campus. It is a little loud on the weekends, but it is certainly tolerable. I really enjoy the outdoor fire pit and grill. In the spring months, it is an amazing place to hang out and relax.” Justin Champlain, ‘14
St. Lawrence history gurus say: The building was constructed in 1914 for the Greek fraternity Alpha Theta Omega (ATO), and was converted into student housing in 2009.
Amenities: Vending machines and first-floor laundry room
Community areas: A kitchen and a common lounge with a television and furniture for residents to use.
Bathrooms: Two full restrooms with one designated for women, one for men, and one with a bathroom stall and sink. The two full restrooms have showers, sinks, and bathroom stalls. Residents have the chance to vote to make the bathrooms co-ed at the start of each semester, when the Community Assistant facilitates this process.
Laundry: One laundry room next to the kitchen with two washers, two dryers, and a table for folding laundry. There is also a vending machine in the laundry room.