Built in 1963 and named in honor of Albert Augustus Trever, professor of history at Lawrence from 1905-1940, Trever Hall is a co-ed facility, home to as many as 174 Lawrence students in traditional single or double rooms.

Trever is known for its relaxed environment and close-knit community. On any night, students gather in front of the fireplace in the main lounge for study sessions, or just to 'hang out.'

Because of the many programs held in Trever, its diverse group of students, its location, and the amount of time students spend with one another, Treverites create unique bonds with their fellow residents that last throughout their Lawrence experience.

Points of Interest

  • Overlooks the riverwalk pathway on the Fox River.
  • Trever houses a blend of class years, academic interests, and co-curricular involvement resulting in a thriving sense of hall and campus community.

Floor plans available (PDFs):