Named for Karl Ephraim Weston, Class of 1896
Formerly the Phi Delta Theta house, 1905
995 Main Street
16,722 Sq. Ft.
About Weston Hall
Weston’s rich history includes decades as the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house, many years the Weston Language Center, and most recently as housing for various offices and operations left temporarily homeless by college-wide building projects and reorganizations.
Major Construction History
|1965||Purchased by the college|
|1965||Alteration to former fraternity house
Designed by: Ralph W. Iacuessa
|1966||Weston/Brooks parking lot
Designed by: Winthrop M. Wassenar, PE
Architect: Daniel O’Connell & Sons
|1987||Complete asbestos removal||$24,200|
|Classrooms and offices||$250,000|
|Language Lab Phases I-III
Architect: William Kirby, Jr. and David J. Westall, R.A.
|1989||Language Lab Phase IV||$140,000|
|1992||Convert Conference offices to faculty offices||$150,000|