Babcock Hall

  • Babcock Hall for Graduate Housing

Babcock Hall is a community of 180 graduate, international, and undergraduate students who are 21 years of age or older.  Located near most major academic buildings, the Memorial Union Building, Philbrook Dining Hall, the McConnell Hall computer cluster, and Coast bus route.  Did you know? Babcock, dedicated March 16th 1968, was named in honor of Donald Campbell Babcock, an inspirational teacher, understanding counselor, and sincere churchman who served the university and the Town of Durham.

Meet the Hall Director

Jason Snook
I fell in love with the atmosphere of Babcock Hall and soon became a community assistant in order to become more involved and active in planning events and socials and haven’t looked back since.

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Sports courts
Wi-Fi Internet


  • Building entrance unlocked and opened by remote
  • Roll in access to building 
  • Select rooms equipped with emergency strobes
  • Elevator