Karandon House

Karandon House built in 1893 was named in honor of Dr. Bragdon’s Wife, Kate Ransom Bragdon, hence Ka-ran-don. Karandon House now offers coeducational housing to students.

Houses 21 students

  • Coeducational by floor
  • Shared baths by floor
  • Double, Triple, Single, and Quad occupancy rooms
  • Amenities include, Kitchen, Lounge
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Faculty Profile

Ellen M. LaBelle, M.Ed.Assistant Professor of Hospitality and Event ManagementEllen LaBelle's extensive business experience includes owning and operating ventures in early childhood education, travel, and artwork.  

 

 

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