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The Ingram Commons

The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons begins four transformative years of a Vanderbilt education. First-year students live and learn together in the 10 Houses of The Ingram Commons, each guided by a Faculty Head of House who lives among the students.

Crawford House

Located on the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Crawford House provides modern features in a classic building housing 150 first-year students in traditional double rooms. Students live on floors 2–6 of this six story building.

East House

Located on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, East House provides modern features in a classic structure. Approximately 100 students live in East House.

Freestyle Club (Freestyle)

"All of life is a freestyle" - Johnny Silver

Gillette House

Located on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Gillette House is residence for 220 first-year men and women living separately on floors 2–6.

Hank Ingram House

Hank Ingram House is located next to the Dean’s Residence on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons. “Hank House” provides modern features in a classic building housing approximately 290 first-year students in traditional double rooms.

Memorial House

Located on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Memorial House provides modern features in a classic structure. The building houses approximately 80 first year men and women on separate floors, mostly in traditional double rooms.

Murray House

Murray House is located on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons. Murray House provides modern features in a classic building housing 150 first-year students in traditional double rooms.

North House

Located in the Historic District of The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, North House is the closest residence hall to main campus. Approximately 180 residents enjoy modern features in a renovated six-story building.

Stambaugh House

Stambaugh House is located on the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons. Stambaugh provides modern features in a classic building housing 162 first-year students in traditional double rooms.

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