Dudley House (Harvard College)

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Dudley House

Dudley House is one of the thirteen undergraduate "houses" within Harvard College, serving the very few Harvard undergraduates not living in one of the other twelve (residential) houses; this includes students living in off-campus apartments and in the student-run Dudley Coop. It also serves the University's graduate students.Template:Clarify

Dudley House is named for Thomas Dudley, who signed the charter of Harvard College as Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.[1]


  1. "Main § Dudley House". Fas.harvard.edu. http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~dudley/. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 

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