Current Use: Adirondack is a cozy, former private home with lots of character which houses 20 sophomores. Residents occupied this newly renovated building for the first time in the fall of 2008. The rooms here have distinctive wall colors and are very bright due to large windows. A resident assistant lives in the building. Adirondack is connected to neighboring Lakeview Hall through a shared courtyard. Residential staff at 308 Maple also work at Adirondack. This air conditioned building is occupied by returning students and transfers. Adirondack Hall features cable television and wireless internet. All residence halls are smoke and substance free, co-ed communities.
Location: 304 Maple Street
Year of Construction: 1897
Original Owner: Charles Plympton Smith and Anna Pease Smith
Year Acquired by Champlain College: 2004