Bundy Hall

Built in 1907 and remodeled in 1995, Bundy Hall is one of our first-year residence halls. The second floor of Bundy is home to the Culture and Languages First-Year Experience community.


LIVING IN BUNDY HALL

Bundy Hall is a co-ed residence hall that can house up to 146 students. The hall features three full kitchens (one each on the garden level, first and second floors) equipped with microwaves, full-size refrigerators, stoves, sinks, counter-space, and some individual storage units. There is a laundry room on the garden level as well as a TV lounge.

Room amenities

Ethernet (network) data jack and access to the building’s WiFi connection provided in each room. One standard cat-5 compatible Ethernet jack for 100 Mbps connection to campus network and internet is available in each room; students may utilize a standard splitter or network hub if additional ports are needed.

Storage

Limited storage space is available for students over the summer free of charge. Learn more about on-campus storage over the summer.

Features

  • Co-ed hall
  • TV lounge
  • Vending machines
  • Three full kitchens
  • Laundry room

Furnishings

The College supplies the following items for each student:

  • 1 extra long twin-sized bed
  • 1 desk with chair
  • 1 dresser
  • 1 towel rack or hook
  • 1 bookcase per room
  • 1 mirror per room

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS AND FLOOR PLANS

Average Room Dimensions:

  • Window: 3′ x 5′
  • Room: 14′ x 14′
  • Ceiling: 9′

Click for a PDF diagram of each floor of the residence hall:


SAFETY INFORMATION

Each residence hall is equipped with an electronic fire alarm system consisting of strobe and horn fixtures, fire alarm pull stations, and smoke detectors in all resident room and common areas and thermal (heat) detectors in the kitchens. Fire extinguishers are located throughout the residence hall. Fire escape plans are located on the back of each resident’s door.

Instructions for properly heating/cooling your room safely are provided by the College.

All residence halls have a card access system. Students, teaching and administrative faculty with an encoded ID are afforded access. Campus phones outside each building provide access to residents or to Campus Safety & Security in case of an emergency.

I know where I want to live, what’s next?

Once you’ve selected a hall that you have a preference for, the next steps are to fill out a housing application. If you’ve already done that and know where you will be moving to, check out our page on moving in!

More information and resources

The Office of Residence Life works behind the scenes to keep you safe, healthy and fulfilled throughout your journey at Earlham College. Whether you are looking for academic advice, a shoulder to lean on, or opportunities for personal and professional growth, our team is here to support you through it all.