Office for Residential Life
& Housing Services

Upperclass Housing

Lovejoy Hall

Lovejoy is an upper-classmen housing facility, built in 1952 and dedicated in 1954, that will house both freshmen and some upper-classmen students. The total occupancy of Lovejoy is 163 students, with a combination of singles and doubles available. This hall features floor lounges and kitchenettes to support floor activities. It also offers a large laundry/vending and study area as well. It was named after Frank W. Lovejoy, 1871-1945, member of the Board of Trustees from 1926 until his death. He was also the President of Eastman Kodak Company between 1934-1941.