Weston Hall

Named for Karl Ephraim Weston, Class of 1896
Formerly the Phi Delta Theta house, 1905

995 Main Street
16,722 Sq. Ft.

Weston Hall, 2012

Weston Hall, 2012

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

Date Project Cost
1905 Built
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
$19,000
1987 Complete asbestos removal $24,200
Renovation $12,600
Classrooms and offices $250,000
Language Lab Phases I-III
Architect: William Kirby, Jr. and David J. Westall, R.A.
$897,125
1989 Language Lab Phase IV $140,000
1992 Convert Conference offices to faculty offices $150,000
2001 Lab renovation $39,706