East Campus at Duke University includes fourteen residence halls of varying size and architecture where all first year students reside. East Campus has a unique historical role, as it was once the site of the former Trinity College and the Woman’s College from 1930-1972. In 1995, East Campus transitioned to being home for the first-year students. The residence halls on East Campus are grouped into four “neighborhoods” based on their location and proximity to each other.
Housing & Residence Life