Young Hall is one of the college’s 19 traditional student residence halls and features single, double and triple rooms. In close proximity to Chase Dining Hall, Young is a wellness hall, where students commit to live in a substance-free environment. Located on lower campus at the northern end of Peacock Pond, Young shares a courtyard with McIntire and Clark halls, forming the “YMC Quad” and together they house about 300 students.
There are three floors in Young housing approximately 100 students total. Primarily housing first-year students, Young has a lounge with cable television and study space, a laundry room with three washer/dryer sets and a kitchen for communal use. Rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, dresser and closet space for each student. They have tile floors and vertical blinds on the windows.
Young Hall was built in 1957 and was named for Sarah Belle Young, former professor, registrar and secretary to the faculty.