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*Non-airshaft views
*Non-airshaft views
*Relatively convenient location
*Relatively convenient location
*Floors are usually quiet

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Hewitt Residence Hall
Address The Quad (3009 Broadway)
Population 215
Barnard Residential Life and Housing

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Hewitt Hall is a Barnard residence hall on The Quad.


Hewitt is the only Barnard campus building designed by Columbia master planners McKim, Mead, and White. It was built between 1924 and 1925, and was the fourth building on the Barnard campus site.[1]


Hewitt has 8 corridor-style floors, made up of mostly singles (and a few doubles & triples).

The Hewitt Dining Hall is in the basement. All residents of Hewitt are required to participate in the unlimited meal plan.

A number of offices, including Furman Counseling Center and the Office of Disability Services, are located on the 1st Floor.


The Sulzberger and Brooks entrances are wheelchair accessible and elevators stop at all floors.

Floor plans

Floor plans are available at http://barnard.edu/reslife/floorplans/Hewitt.pdf.


  • Almost all single rooms
  • Non-airshaft views
  • Relatively convenient location
  • Floors are usually quiet


  • No kitchen (except for one usually smelly communal kitchen on each floor of the adjoining Sulzberg building)
  • Required meal plan
  • Thin walls
  • No air conditioning



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Building address

3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

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