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Cary Quad is a part of the Champion Heights Neighborhood

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Welcome to Cary Quad, one of the largest all-male residence halls in the country! Consisting of five buildings, Cary Quad is one of the oldest residence halls on campus. Cary East opened in 1928, Northeast in 1931, Northwest and West in 1938, and finally, South in 1939. Renovations were completed in 2006 to update Cary Quad to 21st century standards. Cary Quad sits adjacent to Ross-Ade Stadium and Mackey Arena, and is just a few steps away from the Memorial Mall. Rooms in Cary Quad include singles, doubles, triples and suite-style rooms. Each floor has a lounge for academic work or watching television, with larger lounges on the basement floor of each building.

The Cary Club

Cary Club is the student organization of Cary Quad. All Cary residents are members of Cary Club and are able to attend meetings. Cary Club plans and implements events for residents, purchases materials for the kitchenettes and for residents to rent from the front desk, and works to create a sense of community throughout the entire hall. Cary Club is also home to WCCR, a student-run radio station, and Cary Racing, a club that participates in the Purdue Grand Prix race each year.

Take a moment and look at what Cary Quad has to offer. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions – we are here to help you be the best student that you can be!