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Tolman Hall

Located on the central campus, Tolman offers easy access to dining and classroom facilities. It houses 102 upperclass men in single and double rooms. Residents live on the second, third and fourth floors. One Resident Adviser lives on each floor. A faculty member and his spouse currently live in an apartment on the second floor.

Constructed shortly after World War II and recently completely renovated, Tolman Hall is a modified collegiate gothic residence hall facing Alumni Lawn.

Tolman Hall is named after Dr. Herbert C. Tolman, Classics scholar and Dean of the College of Arts and Science. Dr. Tolman was also the founder of the Vanderbilt chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

Amenities include:
Commodore Card access to building
Central air conditioning
Free University cable television service
Wireless connection to campus network
Formal Lounge
Seminar Room
Television Lounge
Common kitchen facility with oven, stove, microwave,
dishwasher and refrigerator
Carpeted corridors
Custodial service in common areas,
bathrooms and corridors
Music Practice Room
Furnishings include:
Loftable bed for each resident
Desk for each resident
Desk chair for each resident
Chest for each resident
Bookshelf for each resident
Window Blinds

Interior Photos