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 procession. Located on the upper campus, it is the largest residence and accommodates more than 170 students.
Everett Hall was named for former professor Ida Josephine Everett, Wheaton’s first dean of the college. The four-story brick building has single, double, triple and quad rooms with two co-ed, communal bathrooms on each floor, a large community lounge, a communal kitchen and a laundry room. Some rooms that are designed for multiple occupants offer private bathrooms.