Opened in August 2014, Warren College provides state-of-the-art living accommodations inside gothic-style architecture.
Warren College is home to 319 upper-division students in four, five, and six-person suites along with more traditional double and single rooms. Students live on all floors of this five-story building. Building residents are encouraged to take advantage of the lounges, study areas, music rooms, conference rooms, common kitchen and laundry facilities. The faculty head of college lives on the fifth floor in an apartment.
Warren College is named in honor of 1925 Vanderbilt graduate Robert Penn Warren, member of the influential Fugitive poets and the first poet laureate of the United States.
Warren College represents an expansion of the residential college system—a key pillar of the Academic Strategic Plan representing vibrant living-learning communities that create transformative educational experiences for Vanderbilt students.
Warren Wednesdays: This is the weekly study break program in Warren College. Residents join Professor Johnson for games and conversation every Wednesday evening.
Faculty Speakers: Each month, Professor Johnson invites a faculty guest to join the residents of Warren College for a lively discussion around a topic of interest.
warren college council
The Warren College Council is comprised of up to five Vanderbilt student leaders who are residents of Warren, each dedicated to the development of the college community. Working alongside the faculty head of college and gathering input from their fellow residents, the Warren Council generates programs that enrich the learning environment of the college.
The 2022-2023 Warren College Council will be appointed and elected in early fall 2022.
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