Radnor Hall


Dorm History

Radnor, completed in 1887, was the first residence hall designed by Cope and Stewardson. Bryn Mawr's smallest "traditional" residence, Radnor is conveniently located next door to the Campus Center, Uncommon Grounds Cafe, and Bookshop.

Address: 820 New Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899

The Details

Radnor is Bryn Mawr's smallest "traditional dorm" and houses 72 rooms on four floors.

Students walking on campus with Radnor in the background


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. 

Dorm room with tapestries on the walls

Floor Plans

First floor


Second floor


Third floor


Fourth floor

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