Lyman House, a mixed-class hall, is known for its old-fashioned charm and family-like atmosphere. Although it's the oldest residence hall on campus, it was renovated in 1997.
The fireplace in its main lounge serves as a focal point for informational gatherings, and its dining hall attracts most of its residents for weekday lunches.
Lyman is arranged in two-room suites which house 89 students; roommates can arrange shared sleeping and living rooms or each have separate spaces.
The graphic on this page shows a typical Lyman double room. Room sizes may vary due to the historic nature of the building. Unshaded furniture may be moved within the room. Beds may be bunked if so desired. See your residence hall staff for assistance.