Bryn Mawr to Add the First New Student Housing in Nearly Half a Century

BrynMawrBryn Mawr College, the prestigious liberal arts college for women in suburban Philadelphia, has announced plans to build the first new student housing on campus in 45 years. Under the plan, a section of Haffner Hall will be razed and another section will be renovated and an addition will be added. The new space will include rooms for 130 students with 110 single rooms and 10 double rooms. This will be an increase of 50 beds over the current campus housing.

The new project will allow the college to no longer use space in an apartment building adjacent to campus for student housing and will enable the college to enroll a few handfuls of additional students. The entire project will cost $18 million and is scheduled for completed for the fall of 2015.

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