Dining venue facilitates living and learning environment at Vanderbilt

Dining venue facilitates living and learning environment at Vanderbilt

Over 650 upperclass students living in the school’s College Halls at Kissam community share two meals a day at the Market and Kitchen dining center.

Two years ago, Vanderbilt University debuted Kissam College Halls, the second phase of its College Halls residential college initiative, designed to emulate the British Oxford-Cambridge model of a communal education environment in which faculty members live with students and facilitate the learning process. Kissam consists of Warren College and Moore College, each housing 330 sophomores, juniors and seniors led by faculty directors in residence.

The two colleges are connected by

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