Crawford Hall

Crawford Hall
Established 
1959

Located on East Quad, Crawford Hall is Denison's largest residence hall and contains double and single rooms.

History & Architecture

Crawford Hall was built by Gilbert Seltzer, campus architect upon the death of William Gehron. The design is a modified Georgian Revival style made from red brick and stone. The building is dedicated to Frederick C. Crawford, trustee, 1944-1994.

Sitting at the far end of the East Quad, Crawford was built for first-year women in 1960, when that part of campus was still known as the Women's Quad. Today, it's Denison's largest residence hall, housing nearly 300 students.
Designer/Architect 
Gilbert Seltzer, campus architect upon the death of William Gehron
Building Style 
Red brick and stone in a modified Georgian Revival style.