Our campus offers a variety of residential accommodations including traditional rooms (singles and doubles), as well as suites, lodges, and apartments (efficiencies, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms).
All accommodations are furnished, air conditioned, and equipped with Ethernet data ports and cable television ports. Many spaces are fully accessible. Amenities unique to each residence hall include lounges, kitchens, ATM machines, laundry facilities, music practice rooms and markets. Several residence halls have small seminar rooms available at no cost. Room rates are available with linen or without linen. In addition, groups can choose to pay a nominal fee for more deluxe housekeeping services including towel exchanges, beds made and trash removal.
Inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s plan for the University of Virginia, the Peabody campus has been a registered Historic Landmark since 1966. The classic symmetry of the Peabody architecture and generous green spaces present an interesting counterpoint to Vanderbilt’s more informal, park-like original campus. The Commons has ten houses grouped around four quads. Each residential facility has a mixture of double and single occupancy rooms, a technology enriched seminar room, laundry facilities, abundant light and common spaces. West Hall houses up to 115 guests, East Hall – 105, Gillette Hall – 230, Memorial Hall – 85, Crawford Hall – 155, Ingram Hall – 301, Murray Hall – 155, Stambaugh Hall – 165, and Sutherland Hall – 169, for a total of 1663 spaces for guest accommodations. The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons Center is conveniently located near all the Commons residence halls and is home to the Commons Dining Gallery and our very own coffee shop and market, Common Grounds.
Located near central campus, Branscomb Quadrangle offers easy access to classroom and athletic facilities, as well as to the Recreation Center. Four connecting halls, Lupton, Scales, Stapleton and Vaughn, make up the quadrangle, which can accommodate up to 772 guests in double rooms. There are several meeting space options available within Branscomb. In addition, Branscomb connects to the Student Life Center which features approximately 10,000 square feet of meeting space, including beautiful ballrooms, classrooms and the Board of Trust room overlooking the lawn and courtyard leading to the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts building and the University Club.