Mason Hall was dedicated on September 22, 1966, in honor of Ernest S. and Frederick E. Mason. Both were former local businessmen and members of the college council.
The first floor houses the residence hall director's office, Hall Office, and a lounge with television and vending machines.
The lower level houses the laundry room which is fully equipped with washers and dryers. The Student Mail Center is also located on the lower level.
The first, second and third floors have study/lounge spaces, all with kitchenette areas.
Fun Things to Do Near Mason Hall
Adjacent to Mason Hall are Algonquin and Clinton Dining Halls. Mason is also relatively close to Sibley Hall, an academic facility, as well as the College Store, Health Center and Angell College Center.
Residents living in Mason Hall also enjoy a view of the Saranac River, which flows directly behind the building. The Student Mail Center is located in the basement, accessed through the back of the building. Home to mailboxes for all on-campus students, it provides package delivery and shipping services.