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Dart Colegrove Commons

This living-learning community launched in the fall of 2017.

Leaders

April Baptiste 

April Baptiste

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies, 229 Ho Science Center
Phone: 315-228-6740
E-mail: abaptiste@colgate.edu

FACULTY PROFILE
Aurelius Henderson

Aurelius Henderson

Assistant Dean for Administrative Advising
Dean of the College, 116 McGregory Hall
Phone: 315-228-7368
E-mail: ahenderson@colgate.edu
Esther Rosbrook

Esther Rosbrook

Assistant Director of Residential Life
Residential Life, Drake Hall
Phone: 315-228-7961
E-mail: erosbrook@colgate.edu
Genesis Palacios, Residential Fellow

Genesis Palacios

Residential Fellow
Residential Life, Drake Hall
Phone: 315-228-6508
E-mail: gpalacios@colgate.edu

Faculty and Staff Affiliates

  • Denise Contreras
  • Danny Barreto
  • Dayna Campbell
  • Nathalie Carter
  • Drea Finley
  • Tamala Flack
  • Georgia Frank
  • Jessica Graybill
  • Margaretha Haughwout
  • Chris Henke
  • Kerra Hunter
  • Carolyn Hsu
  • Corey MacPherson
  • John Palmer
  • Ryan Solomon

Facilities

Stillman Hall
Stillman Hall Residence
Stillman has a number of suite-style rooms with a common area students may use for studying or socializing. Each floor of Stillman has a small, shared study area, and there is a larger lounge on the first floor. Laundry machines are located on the ground floor.

Room types
4-Person Suites
Singles
Doubles
West Hall
West HallResidence
Located between the Academic and Residential Quads, West Hall has five floors. There is a lounge space located on the first floor, equipped with a television and microwave, where students are able to study or socialize with their peers. Laundry facilities are located on the first and third floors.

Room types
Singles
Doubles
Triples
Quads

Named For

Mabel Dart Colegrove

Mabel Dart Colegrove was a graduate of the Class of 1882. Daughter of the Hamilton orchard farmers (Dart Orchard) who ran Colgate's Boarding Hall, she was accepted to Madison/Colgate at age 14 after passing a "long and searching" entrance exam to assuage the concerns of skeptical professors. Colegrove was especially strong in languages. After seven successful semesters at Colgate, she was compelled to transfer and graduate at Vassar; after graduation, she became a teacher and librarian, and, at the end of her life, was officially recognized as the first Colgate alumna in June 1947.