Cumberland Hall

Cumberland exterior angleCumberland Hall is one of our 10 residences named after counties in our state. The name Cumberland is derived from a Welsh word “Cymry” or “Cumbria,” naming the region of the Cymry or Cumbrian Britons.

Located on the northwest side of campus, Cumberland Hall is near Hilltop Dining , the athletic fields, and the New Balanace Student Recreation Center.

Room Dimensions

Single: 15’11” long, 9′ wide and 7’4″ high
Double: 16′ long, 11’5″ wide and 7’4″ highCumberland Hall room floor plan


Double rooms have four dressers, two closets, two bookshelves, two desks, and two chairs. There is a built-in counter top between the two desks, with a built-in dresser on each side.

  • Windows
    • Single: 24″ long, 15.5″ wide (depth) and 42″ high
    • Double: 87.5″ long, 9.5″ wide (depth) and 42″ high
  • Closets
    • 46″ long, 16.5″ wide (depth) and 81″ high. Rod to floor: 64 inches.
  • Bookshelves
    • 20″ long, 9.5″ wide (depth) and 46.5″ high
  • Desks
    • 46″ long, 22″ wide and 31″ high. Maximum height underneath: 24 inches.
    • Standard chair included
  • Dressers
    • Small built-in: 19″ long, 22″ wide (depth) and 38″ high
    • Larger built-in: 23″ long, 31″ wide (depth) and 47″ high with vanity top



Cumberland is very similar to Androscoggin and Gannett Halls. Take a look at those residence pages for more photos!

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