Situated on the edge of campus along Bellevue Avenue, Young Building houses sophomore students. Young is co-ed, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the residence, and is home to many sophomores in the Pell Honors Program.

Built in the 1850s, this stately Queen Anne-style mansion features a mix of doubles, triples and quads. Two common rooms provide space to hang out and do homework, and a kitchen is available for student use.

Special events and lectures are frequently hosted on Young’s first floor, and the residence is also home to Salve’s Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy.

Fun fact:

Young Building has seen many alterations over the years, including the installation of Tiffany stained glass windows in the great hall.

Details

Residence type: Sophomore housing

Room type(s): Doubles, triples and quads

Room amenities: Desk, dresser and built-in or freestanding closet

Bathrooms: A mix of common, adjoining and private bathrooms

Address: 518 Bellevue Ave.

Features

Co-ed by room

Common rooms and kitchen

Laundry

Wi-Fi

Cable

Ask the RA

Why did you become an RA?

I became an RA because I wanted to help people. I have met people with a variety of backgrounds, strengths and weaknesses, and I have learned how to deal with so many issues because of these differences.

Alley Harkness, philosophy major