Everett Hall is one of the college’s 18 traditional student residence halls and overlooks Everett Courtyard, where every year seniors line up for the Commencement parade. Upper campus’s largest residence hall, Everett Hall is the epitome of a New England, liberal arts college residence hall. Accommodating more than 170 upperclassmen, this large brick building welcomes many people to campus every day with its Slype entrance.
The building is comprised of four floors of single, double, triple and quad rooms with two co-ed, communal bathrooms on each floor, a large community lounge on the first floor and a communal kitchen and laundry room in the basement. While they do not exist in every room, certain rooms with multiple resident occupancy offer private bathrooms.
In addition, there are four entrances to Everett Hall, each providing close access to either Emerson Dining Hall, Howard Street and Wallace Library.
Everett Hall was built in 1926 and was named for former professor Ida Josephine Everett, first dean of the college.