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Commons Two

This living-learning community of about 220 students launched in the 2016-17 academic year, and students will formally rename it for a person from Colgate's history in the spring 2017 semester.

Leaders

Antonio Barrera, Associate Professor of History and Africana and Latin American Studies, Department of History Chair

Antonio Barrera

Associate Professor of History and Africana and Latin American Studies, Department of History Chair
History, 308 Alumni Hall
Phone: 315-228-7549
E-mail: abarrera@colgate.edu

FACULTY PROFILE
Pilar Mejía Barrera, Senior Lecturer in Spanish

Pilar Mejía Barrera

Senior Lecturer in Spanish
Romance Languages, 216 Lawrence Hall
Phone: 315-228-7286
E-mail: pbarrera@colgate.edu

FACULTY PROFILE
Fareeza Islam, Assistant Director of Residential Life

Fareeza Islam

Interim Senior Assistant Director of Residential Life
Interim Senior Assistant Director of Residential Life
Phone: 315-228-7367
E-mail: fislam@colgate.edu
Chimebere Nwaoduh, Resident Fellow

Chimebere Nwaoduh

Residential Fellow
Residential Life, Drake Hall
Phone: 315-228-6608
E-mail: cnwaoduhstaff@colgate.edu

Facilities

Bryan Complex
Bryan Complex The Bryan Complex consists of Cobb, Crawshaw, Parke, and Russell houses and features single and double-occupancy rooms within suites. Suites in this complex share a bathroom and a small hallway area. Each floor in the building has a recreational lounge and a small study lounge. Each building has a laundry facility in the basement. There are microwaves in the kitchenettes or lounges of each house.

Crawshaw House is home to the Harlem Renaissance Center (HRC, see interest housing below), and the complex is connected to the Edge Cafe.

Dining status
All first-year students and sophomores are required to enroll in the Premier Gold plan.

Cleaning responsibilities
Students are responsible for cleaning all space within their suite, including the bathroom.

Interest housing
Standard residence for Cobb, Parke, and Russell; Crawshaw House is home to the Harlem Renaissance Center (see Interest Housing below).

Coeducational?
Yes

Resident class years
First Years 
Sophomores

Occupancy
216 (54 per building)

Room types
3-person suites (1 single, 1 double)
4-person suites (2 singles, 1 double)
5-person suites (3 singles, 1 double)
5-person suites (1 single, 2 doubles)
6-person suites (2 singles, 2 doubles)

94 Broad Street
94 Broad Street94 Broad is a traditional residence hall for sophomore students. 94 Broad Street has double and single occupancy rooms and spacious common spaces that are perfect for meetings, studying, or just hanging out. 94 Broad also has a partial kitchen, laundry facilities, and storage space. 

Dining status

Students living at 94 Broad Street are included in the traditional college meal plan.

Cleaning responsibilities
Common spaces, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms, are cleaned by Facilities staff. Students are responsible for personal items, dishes, laundry, and toiletries.

Interest housing
Standard residence

Coeducational?
Yes

Resident class years
Sophomores

Occupancy
31

Room types
Single rooms
Double rooms
Triple room