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Belford Hall is home to 52 students that live in double and single rooms in this building. Each room in Belford features a sink and vanity area, air-conditioning, and is carpeted. Belford has community bathrooms and showers on each floor.
Just a short walk away from the Central Campus academic buildings and across the courtyard from the Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall, Belford Hall is a convenient choice for many students.
Built in conjunction with Gordon Hall and Decker Hall in 1921, Belford Hall was renovated in 1999. Belford is part of the beautiful Central Campus historic district. The first floor has a community kitchen, and two large lounges that students use for socializing and studying. The lower level features two additional lounges with more space for studying, hanging out or watching television. There is also a foosball table and free laundry facilities.