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 is home to students of all class years, including several Resident Advisers, and is located in the Fuller Quadrangle on the north side of Downing Street between Wright and Johnson-Sanford. Dodd is within a short walk of the Kneller Athletic Center, the Goddard Library, the Administration Building, and the Little Center.
Dodd Hall features a large two-story central lobby of shared common space. The lower level of the lobby features a comfortable social lounge with a television. The upper level has additional seating, vending machines, and a great view of the Fuller Quadrangle. Dodd features semi-private bathrooms and kitchenettes on each floor, as well as laundry facilities on the basement level.
Dodd Hall has a mix of single, double, and triple rooms. Regardless of layout, each room is equipped with beds and mattresses (extra long twin), desks, chairs, bookshelves, built in closets, chest of drawers, and window drapes. Also provided are cable and high speed internet service.
Please note because of the nearly endless variety of room sizes and shapes in the building, we cannot provide specific or even general room dimensions.
Clark University students can view a floor plan for Dodd Hall by clicking here.
The majority of bathrooms in Dodd have two stalls and two showers. Depending on votes by the students on each floor, these bathrooms may be gender-neutral or for women-identified students only. Two gender-neutral bathrooms are always available — one public, gender-neutral, single-stalled bathroom with no shower, and one lockable, gender-neutral room with two showers on the basement floor.