In January 1903, the Trustees authorized President John H. Harris to raise money to erect a dormitory for women. The structure was fireproofed with partitions of brick, and the interior was finished in oak. The new building did not receive a name until 1925, when it was named Harris Hall, after the death of President Harris, in 1915. There are singles, doubles and triples in this hall.

Facilities

  • Cable TV Lounge: Yes
  • Furniture: Loftable
  • Closet: 4.6' x 6.8' or Wardrobe
  • Elevator: No
  • Kitchen: Yes
  • ResNet Internet: Yes
  • Study Lounge: Yes
  • Computer Lab: No
  • Common Area: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: No
  • Built-In Window Screens: No
  • Style: Corridor
  • All rooms are off white in color and carpet color varies by floor.

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