Colvin Hall

Colvin Hall exteriorColvin Hall is named after Caroline Colvin, the first female head of a major university department in the nation. She headed the History Department at the University of Maine from 1906–1932, and was among the first women in the country to hold a PhD.

Located on the southwest side of campus, Colvin Hall is a three minute walk from York Dining. Colvin is an Honors Department residence made up of four-person suites with a central common room. There are also limited three-person suites featuring a single room, central common room, and double room.

Room Dimensions

Three-person suite:

  • Common room: 15′ long, 11’10” wide and 7’9″ highColvin Hall suite floorplan
    • Window: 83″ wide, 8″ deep and 59″ high
  • Single Bedroom: 8′ wide, 9′ deep and 7’9″ high
    • Window: 39″ wide, 9″ deep and 60″ high
  • Double Bedroom: 12’11” wide, 9’1″ deep and 7’9″ high
    • Window: 39″ wide, 9″ deep and 60″ high

Four-person suite:

  • Common room: 15′ long, 11’10” wide and 7’9″ high
    • Window: 83″ wide, 8″ deep and 59″ high
  • Double Bedroom: 15′ long, 8’11” wide and 7’9″ high
    • Window: 39″ wide, 9″ deep and 60″ high

First floor room ceilings may be higher

Amenities

Closets

  • 43″ wide, 15″ deep and 99″ high. Rod to floor: 64 inches.
  • Located in common room for all suites

Bookshelves

  • 35.5″ wide, 22″ deep and 30″ high
  • Two in double rooms, one in single rooms

Desk

  • 42″ wide, 24″ deep and 30″ high. Maximum height underneath: 26 inches.
  • Standard chair included

Dresser

  • 30″ wide, 24″ deep and 29.5″ high
  • Two  per resident

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