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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.

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