Residence Houses

Resident houses offer a unique on-campus living experience. Each house is individual in style and brings forth a sense of history and community. Fireplaces, crown moldings, and beautiful glass work are just some of the unique touches that can be found throughout the Victorian era inspired homes. The houses accommodate between 12 and 40 students.

Residence Houses

Briggs House Karandon House
Carpenter House Keever House
Chandler House Mott House
Cushing House Ordway House
Gardner House Pickard House
Haskell House Saunders House
Hoag House Spence House

Faculty Profile

Tessa LeRoux, Ph.DProfessor of Sociology; Director of Nancy Lawson Donahue ’49 Institute for Values and Public Life; Book Review Editor for Journal of Family Theory and ReviewTessa Leroux's main scholarly work is in the field of gender and family studies. She has published articles in the area of gender role socialization, teenage pregnancy and single parenthood, domestic work and migration, and family ideology.  

 

 

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