Erdman Hall

Details Floorplans
Floors: 3 First Floor
Capacity: 165 Second Floor
Room Types: Frosh singles & triple; UC singles & suites Third Floor
Networking: yes
Smoking: no


Opened in 1965, Erdman was designed as a modern Scottish castle by architect Louis Kahn. Composed of three connecting units (or "diamonds"), it houses the College's largest dining hall, and several meeting spaces, . The majority of Erdman bedroom spaces are singles. Upperclassmen have the option of drawing into two-person suites, which consist of two bedrooms and a shared common area.