One of the oldest buildings on campus, Talcott was built in 1886. Although it’s been renovated over the years, Talcott has retained its home-like atmosphere. This is a traditional residence hall that can accommodate 80 students.
It has a television, piano, study area, and lounge on the first floor, while residents live on the second and third floors. Singles and doubles are available. Talcott is open to second-year and older students.
Talcott Hall is also home to Heritage Kitchen, which—keeping in the tradition of Jewish laws—offers progressive Kosher cuisine.