Home to 77 William Smith students, Comstock Hall is one of William Smith’s historic residence halls. First-year women are housed in double bedrooms, while upperclass women may live in single or double rooms. Each of the rooms is equipped with full telephone, cable and computer/Internet access and private bathrooms are located in between every two rooms and are shared by the occupants of these connected rooms.
The residence is connected to Miller House by a basement passage and also has two lounges, a TV room, a small kitchen, a vending machine and laundry facilities. Also located in the basement is the Colleges' Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual and Friends Network office.
Comstock was completely renovated during the fall of 1998 with new carpet in the hallways and bedrooms, loftable furniture, remodeled bathrooms and upgraded lounge space. Comstock was again fully renovated over the summer of 2005, including changing the room dimensions.
Comstock Hall has a more Gothic design than the other residence halls on the Hill. The residence hallwas named for a trustee of Hobart College, Anna B. Comstock. Ms. Comstock was a friend of Mr. William Smith and also had a great influence on him to create the coordinate college for women.
Room dimensions: 10’x15’
Bedroom floor color: Green carpet
Window treatment: Pull-down shades (white)
Bed style: Standard twin (39” x 75”) loftable units. Students over 6’3” tall may request extra-long beds.