Ackley Hall
Ames Hall
Bogue Hall
Campus Circle
Cree Hall
Dunton Hall
Feick Arts Center

Griswold Library
Leydic Memorial Ropes Course
Lyman Hall
Moses Hall
North Hall
Organic Garden
Pollock Hall
Richardson House

SAGE Hall
Solar Harvest Center
Surdam Art Building
Terrace Hall
Two Editors Inn
Waldron Athletic Center
Wellness Center
Withey Student Center



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Ackley Hall
This building, named for former GMC president, Howard Carmer Ackley, is best known as the College's performing arts building. Both the theater and music departments give regular performances of plays, band concerts, and choir concerts. To Top of Page




Ames Hall
This beautiful old building is easily recognized by its large columns and front-and-center location on the campus circle. Those with windows facing east get a terrific overhead view of the town of Poultney and the Green Mountains. The classic bell tower on top of Ames keeps the campus on schedule during the day, chiming each hour and half hour. To Top of Page



Bogue Hall
Named for a central figure in the College's history, former president Jesse Bogue, this building houses two Special Interest floors: the Substance Free floor committed to a substance-free lifestyle and the Community floor geared towards building a diverse community. To Top of Page




Campus Circle
The main gates and campus circle are two of the most distinctive features of the Green Mountain campus. This is also where you'll find visitor parking for Pollock Hall, our main administration building. To Top of Page



Cree Hall
Cree is tucked in next to Withey Student Center with a view of the soccer fields. As with all residence halls, there are facilities for cooking, refrigerators, laundry facilities, and lounges. Cree is the home of the Creative Arts Living Floor (CALF). To Top of Page




Dunton Hall
Dunton Hall is the main building on campus for faculty offices. Two of our academic deans have their offices located in this building. There is also classroom space in this building. To Top of Page



The William Feick Arts Center
The Feick Center is a former carriage house renovated in 2003 to become a multi-use arts center, featuring space for art exhibits, small performances, and a studio space for artists-in-residence. The building is named for former trustee William Feick. To Top of Page



Griswold Library
The heart of the academic community is Griswold Library. Recently remodeled, the library offers a variety of services to students, faculty, staff and community members, many of which are available on the internet from the College's web site. The Dickgeisser Electronic Classroom, the Welsh-American Genealogical Society and the Calhoun Learning Center are also located in the library. To Top of Page



Lyman Hall
Lyman is highly recognizable by the cupola on its roof-top. As with all residence halls, there are facilities for cooking, refrigerators, laundry facilities, and lounges. To Top of Page



Moses Hall
Another beautiful old building with striking columns in front. Moses houses the writers' lounge, a student initiated organic fair trade coffee house, faculty offices and classrooms in its lower level. It is also a favorite spot for senior recitals, poetry readings, and special class activities. To Top of Page



North Hall
As with all residence halls, there are facilities for cooking, refrigerators, laundry facilities, and lounges. Each room is equipped with cable, telephone, and campus network service. North Hall residents have a separate study lounge. To Top of Page



Cerridwen Farm
Managed by students with a staff advisor, the College's organic farm focuses on production of heirloom vegetables and flowers, and has become a showpiece on campus. During the summer months, it is a fascinating and peaceful spot to spend some time. Students distribute produce from the garden to local restaurants, farmers markets, and to the campus dining service. Among the many projects managed by the students, there is an extensive composting operation, seed saving and cataloguing, and a community share program. To Top of Page



Pollock Hall
This is often the first building students enter when they apply to Green Mountain College. It's home to our Admissions Office, the President's Office, the Provost's Office, the Registrar, the Business Office, and the campus mail room. Named for former GMC president James Pollock, this is our main administration building. To Top of Page



Richardson House
The big white house with the porch at the corner of campus is Richardson. It's home to our development and alumni offices. One of the building's most recognizable features is the red slate chimney, visible from the outside. The Poultney region is the only place on earth where slate this color is produced. To Top of Page



SAGE Hall
SAGE Hall is GMC’s honors residence hall, with space for 26 students who display a passion for learning and community service. It is the first building on campus renovated to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards.
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Solar Harvest Center
The Solar Harvest Center is a hub for activity at Cerridwen Farm. Inside the renovated farmhouse are office and classroom spaces for the College’s agriculture and food systems program and the 12-credit Summer Farm Intensive program. To Top of Page



Surdam Art Building
Surdam is the home to the College's fine arts program. The building's rounded front and cupola make it one of the most recognizable buildings on campus. Surdam houses art department faculty, a small gallery for student and faculty exhibits, studio and classroom space, and kilns. To Top of Page



Terrace Hall
Terrace is an extension of Ames Hall and it is primarily used as classroom and laboratory space. Nearly every GMC student has at least one class in Terrace Hall each semester. Several faculty members have offices in this building too. To Top of Page




Two Editors Inn
The Two Editors Inn, the College's guest house, is opposite the main entrance to campus. It is named for two of the most famous names in American journalism who were closely connected with the Poultney community. Horace Greeley, founder of the New York Herald Tribune, and George Jones, co-founder and editor of the New York Times. To Top of Page



Waldron Athletic Center
Waldron is the center for all athletic activity on campus and home to several faculty offices. The building includes the College's gymnasium, swimming pool, and weight room. It's one of the busiest after-class spots on campus with team practices, athletic events, and recreational use. To Top of Page




Wellness Center
The Wellness Center is an award-winning, full-service, holistic center focusing on the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of the GMC community. To Top of Page



Withey Student Center
Withey Student Center is the hub of all student activities and campus life. Withey is home to the dining hall, the Office of Campus Life, student mailboxes, The Buttery - the College's after-hours snack bar, and numerous meeting and conference rooms. Student activities offices are in this building including student government and student publications. The Gorge (lower level of Withey Hall) is the College's multipurpose recreation room, complete with a small performance stage and meeting areas. To Top of Page