Architect: Zantzinger, Borie and Medary
This neo-Gothic building, also known to students as B-J, is connected contiguously around two grassy courtyards and is adjacent to Arley D. Cathey Residential Dining Commons.
Andrew Siegel and Patty Jones
Patty and Andrew have been Resident Masters since Autumn 2009. For four years they were the Resident Masters of Pierce Tower. Now that Pierce has been decommissioned as a residence hall, they have transferred to the Burton-Judson community beginning in Autumn of 2013.
“While living in Burton-Judson, I have never been so impressed by a building's character. I appreciate how every house and many of the rooms feel unique which lets you feel more at home and like you have a place where you belong on campus.”
—Sam W., Class of 2014
Just south of the main campus quadrangles, across the Midway Plaisance from Harper Library. Most classrooms and the Regenstein Library are a five- to ten-minute walk.
Total Hall Residents: 313
Mostly singles, some large doubles; sizes range from 10’ X 12’ to 15’ X 15’. Community bathroom on each floor.
- Upper Burton lounge/common room
- Large community kitchen
- Television room
- Computer room
- Two courtyards
- Basement recreation room with ping-pong and pool tables
- Black box theatre