Hurlbut

Hurlbut, built in 1959 and home to sixty students, has some of the most desirable housing on campus. On one end of the building there are large singles clustered around a common space, forming a “pod.”  On the other end of the building are huge six-person suites. As one of the Union dorms (i.e. dorms located close to the Barker Center), Hurlbut is near Lamont, the undergraduate 24-hour library, the “Kong,” a fun restaurant that serves food late into the night, and the Barker Center including its picturesque lawn on which students often picnic and study on warm days.

Laundry:  Hurlbut residents do their laundry in their basement. Please see the “Yard Amenities” Section for more information.

Recycling and Trash: Hurlbut has its own trash and recycling center in the basement. Please see the “Yard Amenities” Section for more information.

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