Preston House

Preston House

Established: 
1928
Current Use: 

Preston now houses 35 coed upper class students in single and double units.

History & Architecture

The building was built in 1928 for the fraternity Phi Delta Theta. Preston was renamed in 1996 for Fred Preston, French professor (1949-1979) and advisor to Phi Delta Theta for many years. Preston now houses 35 coed upper class students in single and double units.

North Residential Quad
Also known as the Language and Culture House, Preston is an exciting residential option that gives second-, third-, and fourth-year students a special environment where they can hone their foreign language skills and explore cultural traditions.