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Main House

When Vassar first opened its doors in 1865, Main Building housed almost the entire college—student rooms, housing for faculty and administrators, the library, classrooms, laboratories, the art gallery, and the dining hall.  Now a National Historic Landmark, Main Building is the hub of campus life.  The first two floors house administrative offices (the Office of Residential Life, among many others), while the upper floors constitute Main House and provide accommodations for 351 students.

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Main House exterior
Main House common area
Main House dorm room