Bryant House

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Bryant House is one of the four houses comprising the Greylock Quad.


All five buildings in the Greylock Quad were designed by The Architects Collaborative, and were built in 1965. The building's main elements are brick, slate, and wood.


Bryant is entirely singles, and houses 62 students. Six students share a common room, with those in the B vertical "entry" sharing two common rooms. Each suite of six students has its own bathroom, with one toilet, one shower, and two sinks.


Bryant, along with Mark Hopkins, generally has the reputation of being the less partying of the four Greylock dorms. Thus, on average, Bryant rooms tend to be quieter than other Greylock rooms, especially on the Route 2 side away from the quad.

Bryant generally houses juniors, with occasional seniors and sophomores.