Enid Cook '31 Center

Enid Cook '31 Center exterior

Dorm History

The Enid Cook '31 Center (ECC) is a Black Cultural Center and residence. It was renovated and dedicated in Fall 2015. Operating as both a dorm and cultural center, the ECC is a vibrant hub of activity supporting and celebrating the Black and Latinx BMC student community. The ECC is open to members of Sisterhood*, BACaSO, Mujeres* and Zami+, as well as to those students who identify as Black or Latinx. Returning students wishing to live at the ECC must submit applications each Spring. First-year students have the option to apply over the summer.

For more information about the ECC as a cultural center, please visit The Impact Center for Community, Equity, and Understanding page.



The Dorm Leadership Team (DLT) consists of hall advisors, customs people, dorm presidents, community diversity assistants, and other representatives who can help make Bryn Mawr feel like home.

The Details

The ECC has occupancy for 27 students spanning three floors of the dorm.

Two Students sitting and talking


All dorm rooms are equipped with a desk, a chair, a bed, drawers, a wardrobe or closet, and a bookshelf. Rooms are outfitted with screens or blinds on the windows. A refrigerator and microwave are available for student use in the tea pantry. Students can enjoy WiFi, laundry, bike racks, and a TV in at least one common room. 

Red lantern and red rose

Floor Plans

First floor

ECC first floor

Second floor

ECC second floor

Third floor

ECC Third Floor
Residential Life and Student Engagement - Meet the Team

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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