Whitman College is named after Meg Whitman, Class of 1977, one of the world’s preeminent business leaders. About 500 undergraduates live in seven residence halls built in the Collegiate Gothic style.
Inaugurated in the fall of 2007, Whitman College is forging new traditions to further strengthen the deep sense of community that characterizes educational life at Princeton.
Donated by the Class of 1981. First occupied in 2007.
First occupied in 2007.
Donated by members of the Fisher family (Classes 1976, 1979, 1983). First occupied in 2007.
Named for Fred A. Hargadon, Princeton's Dean of Admission from 1988 to 2003. First occupied in 2007.
Gift of the Lauritzen family. First occupied in 2007.
Named for University trustee Robert S. Murley, Class of 1972 alumnus, and his wife, Mary Pivirotto Murley, Class of 1976. First occupied in 2007.
As a resident of Whitman College, you will likely take most of your meals in Community Hall in the Whitman Quad. You may, however, choose to eat in any of the other Residential College dining rooms when it is more convenient or if you want to join friends there.
Take a look at the Dining Services website for information on meal plans, daily menus, hours of operation and bringing a guest.
Dining Services - Residential Dining Halls
You and your roommate(s) may configure the furniture in your room or suite any way you like, but all of the furniture must remain in the room for the year. Standard furnishings include: