Fairchild House is one of the smallest traditional halls with accommodations for about 70 students. Rooms consisting of mostly open doubles, a spacious lounge on the first floor, and a relaxing deck create a friendly atmosphere and flourishing community.
Fairchild is conveniently located just across the street from the conservatory and the Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies. It is equally spaced between Dascomb and the Lord-Saunders Dining Hall in Afrikan Heritage House.
One of Campus Dining Service’s more popular venues is located at Fairchild, Umami. Sushi, poke bowls, noodle bowls, and special entrées are available.