Babcock Hall (1935) and recently renovated in 2009, was the gift of Birt E. Babcock, of the class of 1894, and is a co-educational residence hall that houses approximately 98 students. Babcock Hall serves as a dual-designation residence hall housing first year students on the third floor and the Cross Cultural Connections (C3) Program on the ground and second floors.
The first floor of Babcock Hall is also the home of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
- Wireless internet access
- Wired ethernet and phone line access available upon request
- Laundry facilities
- Vending machines
- Kitchen area with stove, microwave, refrigerator
- Social lounge
- Large formal lounge with fireplace
- Dining hall/study room