Denbigh Hall

Dorm History

Opened in 1891, Denbigh was the third Bryn Mawr residence hall designed by architects John Stewardson and Walter Cope. Stewardson and Cope adapted the architectural styles of Oxford and Cambridge Universities to the Bryn Mawr campus, introducing the first examples of "Collegiate Gothic" architecture to the United States. Denbigh is conveniently located on central campus, near most administrative, academic, and residential buildings. 

Address: 800 New Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899

The Details

Denbigh Hall boasts 75 rooms -  a mix of singles, doubles, triples, and suites. The parlor and the lounge are popular spots for hanging out, relaxing, and studying with friends. 

Student sitting on bed in dorm room



Denbigh Hall provides housing for 117 students on three floors.  All dorms are equipped with a desk, a chair, a bed, drawers, a wardrobe or closet, a bookshelf, and window screens or blinds. Denbigh offers WiFi, laundry, bike racks, and tea pantries that have microwaves and refrigerators for student use. At least one common room has a TV. 

Dorm room with fireplace, desk, and guitar

Floor Plans

First floor


Second Floor


Third Floor

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Residential Life & Student Engagement

You can find us on campus on the second floor of the Campus Center!

Residential Life

Student Engagement