|Floors: 3||First Floor|
|Capacity: 165||Second Floor|
|Room Types: First Year singles & triple; UC singles & suites||Third Floor|
BackgroundOpened 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.