National and State Register

Bemis Hall

El Paso County

Constructed in 1908 as a women’s dormitory and dining hall, the building served as a focus of campus social life for women and reflects the early 20th century design philosophies for women’s dormitories.  

A black and white photo of the hall with with brick base with arcade and tall gabled roof with gabled windows inset and below is lattice work. In the center and right of the picture stand two large leafless trees.

Bemis Hall

The building is also important as an example of architect Maurice Biscoe’s application of the Tudor Revival style to collegiate facilities.  Listed under Historic Resources of Colorado College Multiple Property Submission.