Page East
Page East

Page East

Jewish House serves as the geographic center for Jewish life and culture on the Carleton campus. It provides a comfortable space for kosher meals, Jewish social and cultural activities, and community religious observance of the High Holy Days and Passover.

Page East offers a welcoming place to gather on Friday nights for services and Shabbat dinner prepared by students, and also for weekly Torah study. Students can join in talks about American Jewish experiences and Israel, some of which are conducted in Hebrew as part of our modern Hebrew program’s extracurricular activities. The main role of Jewish House is as a center for Jewish life that is open and accessible to all members of the Carleton community, Jewish or otherwise.

Page West

Muslim Interest House serves as a hub and home for Muslim life at Carleton. It provides a space for Muslim social and cultural activities, halal meals, and community. The Muslim Interest House also provides a space for communal religious observance, such as fasting during Ramadan and Friday prayer. The Muslim Interest House seeks to be a center that can promote dialogue on issues related to Islam and Muslims, as well as build understanding among different religious and cultural communities. It is a space for learning about one another, sharing our narratives, and seeking to build relationships across communities and the diverse identities that we each hold.The Muslim Interest House is open and accessible to all members of the Carleton community.

Building Information

Apartment Configuration

Page East

Amenities:

  • Kitchen
  • TV located in living room
  • Laundry in basement

Page West

Amenities:

  • Kitchen
  • TV located in living room
  • Laundry in basement