Located between Park Street and our Student Center, Sykes offers a diverse range of them-housing opportunities and traditional living spaces.

Theme housing options includes the International House and Intercultural Floor. Sykes also offers lifestyle floors, such as Scholars and Quiet Study.

Each floor offers unique living arrangements with singles, doubles, triples, and quads. Dana Dining hall is adjacent to Sykes allowing residents to attend meals in their slippers. Additionally, Sykes features the elegant Sykes Formal Lounge and outdoor courtyards.

Sykes was refurbished in the summer of 2002.

Community Areas: Sykes has many different community spaces. Some of the most commonly-used spaces are the formal lounge, the reading room, and the zen garden near the formal lounge. There is also a kitchen attached to the two-story, second-floor lounge. 

Bathrooms: Fourteen restrooms throughout the building, with some designated for women and others for men. Most restrooms are full restrooms including showers, sinks, and bathroom stalls. Some restrooms on the first floor only have bathroom stalls. Residents have the chance to vote to make the full bathrooms co-ed at the start of each semester, when the Community Assistant facilitates the voting process. Restrooms on the first floor with only bathrooms stalls and sinks cannot be co-ed.

Laundry: One laundry room in the 1200’s section with seven washers, seven dryers, and a table for folding laundry.

Sykes Floor Plans

Sykes First Floor

Sykes first floor plan shows 39 single rooms, 7 double rooms, 3 triple rooms, one quad room, five shared bathrooms, two courtyards, one formal lounge, and Dana Dining Hall.

Sykes Second Floor

Sykes second floor plan shows 73 single rooms, 20 double rooms, 4 triple rooms, one quad room, 8 shared bathrooms, two lounges, one computer lab, and a court yard.

Sykes Third Floor

Sykes third floor plan shows 28 single rooms, 24 double rooms, three quad rooms, one lounge, and a courtyard.