Davis Hall, built in 1923, is a residence hall located on the west side of Carleton’s campus. It has four floors of upper-class students. Currently, the first floor is a quiet floor and the fourth floor is a substance-free community. Composed mostly of doubles (sharing a bathroom), Davis Hall also houses a few triples, a few singles, and several quints. All Davis Hall rooms have a private bathrooms. Any rooms that share a bathroom are drawn together as a unit. Each floor is slightly different: for example, third floor has an extra quint suite, while fourth floor is smaller than all the other floors. The ground floor of Davis Hall houses SHAC (Student Health and Counseling).
Davis is a part of a group of residence halls called the The Complex, also known as Burton-Sevy-Davis. All of these buildings are connected together with a walkway leading to the Sayles Hill Campus Center.
- Street Address: 104 Union Street North
- Meal Plan Information
- 1st Floor: Quiet Living Area
- 4th Floor: Substance Free Living Area
- Room Dimensions
- Floor Plans