Looking for a place to get work done and socialize? Find it in spacious Danforth, which offers tranquility along with the ability to reach out and connect with others. Danforth houses returning students.
Danforth houses students in ten suites. Suites are either mixed gender or all female. Suites 60 and 61 are "quiet suites" for students who want a quiet environment that extends beyond the designated quiet hours for the campus. Each suite features two bathrooms and a storage area. Danforth is an accessible building and has an elevator. A common kitchen and laundry facilities are on the first floor.
Danforth Hall is staffed by one Area Coordinator who lives in Rooke Hall and three Resident Assistants.
Danforth Hall was built in 2001, and named in 2004 in honor of former trustee Peter Danforth. It is Colby-Sawyer's newest residence hall.