Anderson/Langdon, or "A/L" as it is affectionately called, over-looks the North-Quad, and is the oldest residence hall on campus. Housing approximately 166 students each year, A/L is one of our larger residence halls. Located between Smith & University and Harrington & Schiff halls, Anderson/Langdon's character as well as its many different living accommodations (singles, doubles, triples, and quads) offers unique on-campus living experience.
A/L has a combination of both single-gender and coeducational floors throughout the building, offering a variety of different living situations. With several study rooms, a large television lounge, a piano foyer, and a TV & game room located in the basement Anderson/Langdon provides students with plenty of opportunities to get to know their fellow "A/L-ers." A large bike storage room is located on the basement level, with convenient access from the North-Quad patio.
Anderson/Langdon Hall, as well as its close neighbors, gaze out upon the beautiful North-Quad where you will frequently find students studying, playing Frisbee, and catching up with friends. In fact, many residents of A/L have one of the best views of Mount Rainer on campus. Located next to the Collins Memorial Library, Anderson/Langdon is just a quick stroll away from Wheelock Student Center, and other campus venues.