Upper Quad Halls (Hitchcock, Randall & Devine)
|Devine Hall Exterior||Hitchcock Quad in Winter|
|Randall Hall Main Entrance|
|Randall Hall Main Entry Lounge||Devine Hall Single|
Devine Hall houses the themed community: Living in Harmony. This theme provides a community for students who share music as a passion.
The Upper Quad is comprised of three attached halls: Hitchcock, Randall and Devine. The Upper Quad Halls are open during academic year breaks (Winter, Spring and Thanksgiving) when the other residence halls close.
- lots of lounge space
- private courtyard
- UNH Campus Security Substation
- ping-pong table
- for an inside look at life in Upper Quad Halls, visit Res-Life's Upper Quad Hall web page
Devine Hall was dedicated 22 October 1966 and named in honor of Maurice Francis Devine, who served on the USNH Board of Trustees from 1949 – 1969. Also former Chairman of the Board’s Finance Committee. Hitchcock Hall was dedicated 24 April 1960. Hitchcock was named in honor of Leon Whitney Hitchcock, Professor of Electrical Engineering from 1910 – 1956. Professor Hitchcock's lifetime service as a teacher and professional and personal standards profoundly influenced the career of many New Hampshire men. Randall Hall was dedicated 24 April 1960. Randall was named in honor of Frank Wiggin Randall, Class of 1907. Randall later became President of the Board of Trustees, President of the Alumni Association, and the 1957 recipient of the Pettee Memorial Medal.
Upper Quad Hall Community
- Undergraduate degree: Bachelor's in Elementary Education, Western Michigan Universitiy
- Graduate degree: Master's in Student Affairs Administration - Higher Ed, Ball State University