Asia House (Quadrangle)
Students who live here share a common interest in Asian and Asian American cultures. Three Resident Assistants plan programs including lectures, films, special dinners, and performances that complement the academic offerings of the East Asian Studies Department. The house also has a library inside and spacious lounges.
Quadrangle is the largest of all the Program Houses with an average of 80 residents. One wing of the building is entirely female while one wing contains apartment-style rooms. Built around an open courtyard, Asia House has a quiet sense of privacy despite its campus location only steps away from Stevenson Dining Hall.
While not associated with the Pyle Inn Co-op, residents may apply to dine there. As the largest dining-only co-op with about 115 members, Pyle provides athletes, conservatory students, and people with busy schedules a chance to participate in a co-op.
Anyone wishing to live in Asia House should fill out an application.