Max Palevsky Residential Commons
Designed by Ricardo Legorreta, winner of the 1999 AIA Gold Medal, Max Palevsky Residential Commons opened in the fall of 2001. Max Palevsky East, Central and West are connected by a common basement and have one central mailroom. Residents dine in Bartlett Dining Commons, which is just south of Max Palevsky East. All houses are co-ed, except Hoover, which has single-sex floors.
Jason and Suzanne Riggle
Jason and Suzanne Riggle are the Resident Masters of Max Palevsky Residential Commons.
“Max P. residents are spoiled by a wonderful sense of community the residence hall creates; because all of the buildings are both physically connected and brought together through interhouse activities. Everyone in Max seems to know each other. A lot of my closest friends live in this community.”
—Megan G., Class of 2014
In the heart of campus, just north of the Regenstein Library and across the street from Henry Crown Field House. Less than five minutes from the main quads.
Total Hall Residents: 715
- Large building lounge
- TV/rec room
- Music practice rooms
- Computer room
- Each House has a study room