First-Year Residence Halls

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Outside of 609 Hall

609 Emerson Hall

A co-ed hall that houses first-year students in double rooms, known best for its active lounge space and cohesive community.
Aldrich Hall

Aldrich Hall

Built in 1946 and renovated in 1999, Aldrich is one of the oldest and largest halls on-campus. It’s got plenty of common space and ready access to student parking just behind the hall.
Outside view of Brannon Hall

Brannon Hall

A primarily freshman hall that commonly houses first-year student athletes.
Chapin outside

Chapin Hall

Chapin Hall is the centerpiece of the Beloit College residential quad. This co-ed living space is home not only to over 50 first-year residents but is also where the Beloit College commons are located.
Outside view of Maurer Hall.

Maurer Hall

A primarily first-year hall that contains ”Maurer Link”, a large and comfy lounge space connecting Maurer and Aldrich Hall.
Main entrance of Porter Hall.

Porter Hall

Porter Hall is known for being one of the quieter buildings on campus and also houses the Office of Residential Life on the 1st floor.
Picture of Whitney Hall (outside view).

Whitney Hall

Whitney Hall is a first-year building close to “The Wall”, a popular hang-out space for students looking to connect with friends.

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