Comstock Hall is home to 97 William Smith students and is one of William Smith’s historic residence halls.
The pond view level of Comstock is a first-year and substance free living environment. Each of the rooms is equipped with cable and computer/Internet access and private bathrooms are located between every two rooms. Bathrooms are shared by the occupants of these connected rooms.
The residence is connected to Miller House by a basement passage and has a small kitchen and laundry facilities.
Comstock Hall has a more Gothic design than the other residence halls on the Hill. The residence hall was 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.