Trotter Hall

Trotter Hall


Home to the interdisciplinary programs of Asian Studies, Black Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Interpretation Theory, Latin American Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Public Policy, as well as the Classics, History, and Political Science departments; it is also the site of the Center for Social and Policy Studies and the Writing Center


The nearest visitor/accessible parking is in the DuPont lot.


All of the entrances are accessible except the north entrance by the Nason Garden.


A central stairway serves all floors. Stair towers at the east and west ends of the building serve all floors.


An elevator serves all floors at the southeast end of the building.


All restrooms are accessible.

Safe Waiting Area:

There are safe waiting areas on the first floor in the east stairwell and in room 203.

Trotter Hall Floorplan

Trotter Hall 1st floor

Map Key:

iconEntrance iconStairs
iconAccessible Entrance iconSafe Waiting Area
iconRestroom iconElevator
iconAccessible Restoom   

About Trotter Hall:

Trotter Hall provides space for the classics, history, and political science departments; the Center for Social and Policy Studies; programs in Asian studies, black studies, gender and sexuality studies, interpretation theory, Latin American studies, and peace and conflict studies; the Writing Center; and several classrooms and seminar rooms. At the center of the building is the Tarble Atrium, with student lounges on each floor. Views from this building overlook the Rose Garden to the south and the Nason Garden and Outdoor Classroom to the north.