Clarke Tower

Clarke Tower entrance

Part of the North Residential Village, Clarke Tower is a suite style residence hall that houses both first year and second year students in 8-person suites. It has 11 floors and houses over 300 students. There is a full kitchen and laundry room in the basement along with a lobby on the first floor that has a ping-pong table, pool table, and piano.  Clarke Tower was names for John Hessin Clarke (1845-1945). Clarke was an 1877 graduate of Western Reserve College. He was a prominent attorney, newspaper publisher, and a Justice on the US Supreme Court from 1916-1922.

Room & Furniture Details

Average Room Sizes:

  • Double Room:  9'4" x 19'6"
  • Single Room:   9'4" x 10'4"


Building Features

  • Card Access Building Doors
  • Full Kitchen in basement lounge
  • Laundry Facilities in basement
  • First Floor and basement Lounges with televisions
  • Bike room on first floor
  • Piano and game tables on first floor
  • Kitchenette on 2nd floor
  • Common lounges on 2nd-11th floors
  • Lobby contains: 
    • No Air Conditioning
    • CaseGuest/CaseWireless WiFi Networks