202 Freeman Way
Coffrin is a residence hall that is part of Atwater Commons. home to mostly singles, as well as a laundry facility and a large kitchen.
Coffrin was once known as the "barns" due to its gambrel-roofed pattern, reminiscent of classic dairy barns, and also as reference to Edward Larabee Barnes, a world-renowned architect and the building's designer. It was built in 1986, under the original name of North Hall. It was later renamed after Albert W. Coffrin, a longtime Trustee.
Type of Housing
1 hall of First-years, Sophomore, Upper-classmen Housing
106 singles, 8 doubles, 21 bathrooms, Coffrin Apartment (2 doubles, living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony), lounges, dining room, kitchen (refrigerator, stove, oven, sink, storage), laundry, bike room, storage on the second floor.