Ansel Adams “Social Justice” Hall
The social justice community is a place for students to explore political, social, and economic concerns so that they are better equipped to effect change. Through involvement with local advocacy and service organizations, the community works towards a proactive understanding of global citizenship.
The Ansel Adams Building offers a unique blend of apartment style housing and residence hall style rooms. Tropical foliage and a koi fish-filled pond surround the exterior of this modern building.
An industrial kitchen with cabinet and refrigerator space is available for student use. Student lounge offers access to cable TV and video game equipment.
The intimate setting of this residence hall results in a tight-knit community. Ansel Adams is located next door to the Mary Cassatt residence hall. Both halls encompass the Social Justice theme and are staffed by the same Resident Director and Resident Assistants.
Note: Ansel Adams is also open to continuing students who are over 21.