Litchfield’s “open square” design makes it a unique building on campus. Constructed in the 1960s, Litchfield Hall accommodates about 240 students and is one of two co-educational residence halls on the Midtown campus. The hall’s center offers a courtyard and a small pond.
Litchfield includes several lounge and study areas furnished with pool tables, cable television, recreational equipment and kitchenettes. The 52,000-square -foot building also contains a laundry facility, vending machines and an information desk. Litchfield also houses University Health Services in a 2,700-square-foot addition that was built in 1991 to serve campus medical needs.
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