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Hubbard House

Hubbard is notable because it is one of the only houses on campus without a TV. And Hubbardites appreciate their proximity to academic buildings, which makes most classes only a dash away.

Hubbard is one of the oldest houses on campus. It is unique in having its own anniversary reunions; in fall 1978 it celebrated its 100th anniversary. The daylong gala included a large gathering at the Ainsworth Gymnasium, a luncheon at the Alumnae House, an open house and a retrospective exhibition. Julia Child, a noted Hubbardite, was one of the attendees.

About Hubbard House

Year Built 1879
Capacity 53
Residential Floors 3
Singles 21
Doubles 16
Triples 0
Approximate number sharing a bathroom 18
Accessible Yes
Elevator No

Floor Plans

Floor plans are available in Residence Life Self-Service (login required) under "Room Draw"