Building Description (Apartment)
The Sterling Divinity Quadrangle consists of three residence halls. Bellamy, Curtis, and Fisher Halls were completed in 1957. They are red brick buildings, designed simply and without ornamentation in the geometric style common in the 1940s and 1950s. This is dedicated housing for students in the Divinity Program and the only on-campus housing available to Divinity Students.
There are approximately 85 Sterling Quad apartments, located in Bellamy, Fisher, and Curtis Halls. All are unfurnished apartments; residents need to bring in all bedroom, kitchen, and living room furniture.
Single students or married couples can select to live in the one–bedroom small or one–bedroom. Students interested in sharing an apartment with another Divinity School student can request to live in a two–bedroom shared apartment. These apartments are not suitable for children. Divinity Students coming with families should seek off campus housing options.
Located at 354 Canner Street, Bellamy Hall consists of 29 apartments located on the first and second floors. The apartments are unfurnished, one–bedroom, one–bedroom small, and two–bedroom apartments. Each apartment is equipped with an electric stove and refrigerator.
Located at 350 Canner Street, Curtis Hall consists of 29 apartments located on the first and second floors. The apartments are unfurnished, one–bedroom, one–bedroom small, and two–bedroom apartments. Each apartment is equipped with an electric stove and refrigerator. There is also a bicycle storage area for the residents.
Located at 352 Canner Street, Fisher Hall is a three-story building consisting of 23 apartments. The apartments are unfurnished one and two-bedroom units. Each apartment is equipped with an electric stove and refrigerator.
Fisher Hall also houses the Yale Black Seminarians office on the first floor and Divinity Women’s Center on the second floor.
Facilities and Other Features
Included in the monthly rent are heat, hot water, electricity, and wireless Internet. Each building has coin–operated laundry facilities in the basement.