Severn and Crissey Residence Halls
Severn and Crissey are the two upper-class suite-style residence halls located at the bottom of the hill, behind the natatorium. Each suite includes two single rooms, two double rooms, a living room, and a bathroom. The majority of the suites are for six students (all of the same sex), however, there are a few five person and seven person suites (Severn only).
A gift from the Dow Foundation provided the funds to build Severn Hall in 1965. It is named in honor of Herman Harrison Severn, dean of the College and professor of Greek in the early 1900ís. These residence halls were constructed to provide housing for men. They were made co-ed in the early 1970ís (all residence halls are now co-ed).