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Tompkins Hall

Tompkins Hall, named for Elmira College Trustee Sarah Wey Tompkins, was built in 1928. This building houses upper-class female students.

Double, single, and single adjoining rooms are available. Some rooms boast working fireplaces and bay windows for a spectacular view of campus.

The Terrace Level of Tompkins Hall houses the Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Campus Security Office.

Tompkins is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Quick Facts:

  • All female upper-class residence hall
  • Capacity of just over 100 residents
  • Offers many single rooms
  • Fireplaces and Large bay windows in some rooms
  • Spacious rooms with hardwood flooring