Housing & Residence Life

Keohane Quad

Named after President Nannerl Overholser Keohane, Keohane Quad is home approximately 480 sophomores, juniors, and seniors and McClendon Tower, which has dining, social and study spaces. Keohane Quad (buildings 4A, 4B, and 4D) was opened in 2002 with the intent to link the Gothic revival architecture of West Campus to Edens Quad and featured McClendon Tower. The fourth wing of Keohane Quad (building 4E) was opened in 2012. Keohane offers six kitchens, study areas, laundry rooms, and e-print. Located in Keohane 4B, The Mosaic (4B401SEM) is Duke’s first residential space for prayer, practice, and meditation. Keohane Quad has a Residence Coordinator, an Academic Guide, two Graduate Residents, 15 Resident Assistants, and two Living Learning Communities: Eruditio et Religio and Mitchell-White.