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Residence halls: SUSSEX | CANNON | NEW CASTLE | KENT | SQUIRE | WARNER | SMYTH

These historic residence halls stand only feet away from Morris Library and Perkins Student Center and served as the original site of the Delaware Women's College in the early 1900s. No two rooms in South Central are alike -- these buildings offer hardwood or tiled floors, high-rise ceilings, detailed molding, and gorgeous Colonial facades.  Although they were built mid-century, all South Central Campus residence halls have been fully renovated.

COMPLEX PROFILE

Type:

Upper Division

Fitness:

  • Harrington Turf
  • Outdoor tennis and basketball courts

Nearby Parking:

  • Morris Library
  • Kent Hall
  • Laurel Hall
  • Sussex Dr.

Closest Dining Locations

  • Kent Dining Hall
  • The Scrounge & Dunkin Donuts
  • Bleecker Street

What students are saying:

"I love living on campus because I always have someone to hang out with in my hall.  It's a community, and everyone looks out for each other. It's an easy way to get to meet people, and an even easier way to always know what's going on at UD.  I lived off campus last year and I missed it a lot.  "
-Holly Spier '12, South Central

Did you know?

President Warren G. Harding gave a speech on the steps of Warner in 1923.