Getman-Babcock Hall (GB)
Built in 1942 and expanded in 1964, Getman-Babcock Hall is named for donors Cora Anna Babcock of Cooperstown, N.Y., and Dr. Arthur K. and Fredella Babcock Getman of Albany, N.Y. Getman-Babcock or “GB,” is the freshman women’s residence hall and is closest to main campus. Each suite includes a pair of two-student rooms with a shared bath. There is a lobby with a big-screen television and a game room with pool and ping-pong tables. The campus police station is attached to this residence hall which adds an additional layer of safety.
G-B rooms come ready with two twin beds; a refrigerator; a wall unit with two closets, drawer space and two desk areas. The residents share a bathroom with two other students. The bathroom includes two sinks, a toilet and a shower. FULL FLOORPLAN