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Jean Royce Hall

[photo of Jean Royce Hall]

Built in 1974, Jean Royce Hall is a collection of student residence buildings on west campus, many of which are interconnected. It is named after Jean Royce, Queen's Registrar for 35 years (1933-1969).

Jean Royce Hall is unique at Queen's in that it houses graduate and undergraduate students together.

The 12 individual houses within the 550-bed complex are named after various former faculty and Trustees:

  • William and Margaret Angus
  • Thelma Bogart Boucher
  • Beatrice Bryce
  • Wesley Curran
  • Allie Vibert Douglas
  • Kathleen Healey
  • Hilda Laird
  • Norman Miller
  • James Alexander Roy
  • Glen Shortliffe
  • Herman Tracy
  • Reginald Trotter

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