Gilpatrick House

Gilpatrick House Building Image

Residency in Gilpatrick House is open to students involved in research, as Summer Scholars, Senior Research Scholars, or participants in another intensive research program. Gilpatrick House offers a special environment promoting community with classmates who share the enthusiasm of doing individual research across all disciplines. Gilpatrick House offers rooms for 10 coed upper class students in double units.

History & Architecture

The design is Victorian Italianate style. Once home of Professor of Mathematics, John L. Gilpatrick and his wife. The house was moved to its present site in 1958 from that of Huffman Hall in anticipation of the new dorm's construction.

Central Campus
More than just a residence hall, Gilpatrick is the hub for programs that promote excellence in student research, cultivate the pursuit of scholarships and fellowships, and train students in the best ways to apply for and acquire those awards.
Building Style 
Victorian Italianate style