Lee and Beaumont Residential College

Lee and Beaumont Residential College was established in the 1960s. The buildings were originally women’s dormitories built along with the buildings that make up Hitzeman, Hurd and Myers Residential College.

The buildings were originally called E and F before they were dedicated and named after John F. Lee and Louis Beaumont in the 1960s. Today, our residential college is affectionately known as Lee & Beau.

Lee & Beau Communities

Lee Hall exteriorLee Hall

Two-person rooms with common area bathrooms. Common areas on each floor along with a computer lab and laundry.

 

 


Beaumont Hall exterior

Beaumont Hall

Two-person rooms with common area bathrooms. Common areas on each floor along with a computer lab and laundry.

 

At a Glance

Lee Beaumont crestFirst-Year Students
Colors: Black and yellow
Mascot: Giraffe
Traditions: 

  • LeeBeau Cocoa: A monthly event held in the lobby of Lee or Beaumont where residents can come enjoy tea, hot cocoa and snacks.
  • LeeBeau Love Week: A week-long celebration of Lee and Beaumont full of events, games and contests where each floor can compete for the LeeBeau Love Cup.

Floor Plans

Room Dimensions

Single: 8.5′ x 11′
Double: 11.5′ x 14′
Triple: 15′ x 14′

Floor Plan Documents