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Dodd Residence Hall

Dodd Residence Hall

Dodd Hall is a residence hall for women-identified students. While Dodd’s main population is women-identified students, many of our non-binary and LGBTQIA+ students also choose to live in the building.

Dodd Hall, a women-only residence hall located in the Fuller Quad between Wright Hall and the Johnson Sanford Center, is a short walk from the Kneller Athletic Center, Goddard Library, Estabrook Hall, and the Little Center. Part of Dodd is designated for first-year students only. Like all residence halls, Dodd has single and double rooms, shared bathrooms, laundry facilities, common areas, and full kitchens. Resident Advisers live in the halls, host fun social programs, and help you navigate your new space.

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