Everett Heights


One of the college’s 19 traditional-style residence halls, Everett Heights features lofted beds, is connected to Everett Hall, and overlooks Everett Courtyard, where every year seniors line up for the Commencement parade. The hall is located on upper campus next to Emerson Dining Hall and is connected to the larger Everett Hall. Everett Heights has a smaller population of just 18 residents and has its own common room, kitchen, bathroom, and laundry area.

Within these double bedrooms you will find the beautiful aesthetic of 15-foot ceilings, large windows, and lofted beds to offer residents more floor space for furniture and other belongings.

Formerly a dining hall and bookstore, Everett Heights was converted into a residence hall in 1993. Along with Everett Hall, the building was named for former professor Ida Josephine Everett, first dean of the college.

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