Bartlett Hall is one of three Residence Halls that were built off the main campus quad in 1950 and is part of a set of buildings referred to as the Mini-Quad.
Home to 59 Hobart students, each of the doubles, singles and quads in Bartlett is equipped with full cable and computer/Internet access.
The building has laundry facilities on the second floor and a bathroom on each floor.
Bartlett Hall was named after the Reverend Murray Bartlett, who served as fourteenth president of Hobart College from 1919 to 1936.
Singles: 10'7"x 13'1"
Doubles: 14'2"x 15'
Quads: 12' 1" x 10' 3"
Bedroom floor color: Gray tile
Window treatment: Window encased mini-blinds
Bed style: Extra long twin (80" long ) loftable units