Princeton, NJ 08544
Spelman Hall stands between University Place and Pyne Drive, just opposite Dillon Gymnasium and includes eight separate structures built on a diagonal pathway. Upperclass students live in apartment-style accommodations that include four single rooms, a kitchen, a living area, a balcony and a bathroom.
Most students who live in Spelman are Independent and do not participate in eating clubs or eating co-ops. There are a limited number of apartments designated for married students.
- First occupied in 1973
- Named for Laura Spelman-Rockefeller
- Built in the modern style
- 58 apartments
- 4 floors
- Apartments (4 single rooms share a bathroom and common areas)
- Some doubles for married students
- Full kitchens
- Laundry - Building 5
- Independent rooms
- Gender-neutral rooms