German House (Max Kade Haus)

grassy area leading to the two story brick residence hall.
Photo credit: Tanya Rosen-Jones ’97

Max Kade House is the building on campus where German speakers are encouraged to reside. Approximately 38 students of all class levels reside here. Students have access to a large living room, kitchen facilities, study rooms, and practice spaces.

A resident assistant and a German program assistant live here and coordinate activities, often spoken in German. Classrooms and large multipurpose spaces are shared between Harvey (Spanish) House and Price (Third World) House.

Like all the language-based Program Houses, students should have some German-speaking ability, from beginner to fluent. Academic-related programs and social events held here are often coordinated with the college’s German department.