Haggett Hall

Haggett Hall

campus. [http://www.washington.edu/home/maps/] The set of buildings was named for Arthur Haggett (once Dean of the College of Liberal Arts), and his wife Winnifred Sunderlin Haggett (once the Dean of Women). The architects of Haggett Hall were Kirk, Wallace & McKinley & Assoc. [http://www.washington.edu/admin/pb/caspo/history/history.html]

Haggett Hall serves as one of the dormitories on the University of Washington campus. Each building contains a lobby and eight additional floors. Each floor contains approximately 25 rooms, most with the capacity to house two students. Each set of two floors share a common "lounge", with the exception of the seventh and eighth floors of the towers, which each have their own. Haggett Hall is unique in that its rooms are in the shapes of regular hexagons, each with a triangular closet.

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