About Lee and Beaumont Residential College

Lee and Beaumont Residential College was established in the 1960s. The buildings were originally women’s dormitories built along with the buildings that make up Hitzeman, Hurd, and Myers Residential College. The buildings were originally called E and F before they were dedicated and named after John F. Lee and Louis Beaumont in the 1960s.

Attributes:

Crest:

Lee-Beaumont crest

Colors: Black and Yellow

Mascot: Giraffe

Traditions:

LeeBeau Cocoa
A monthly event held in the lobby of Lee or Beaumont where residents can come enjoy tea, hot cocoa, and snacks.

LeeBeau Love Week
A week-long celebration of Lee and Beaumont full of events, games, and contests where each floor can compete for the LeeBeau Love Cup.

BLeeBQ
An annual barbecue held in the field between Lee Hall and Beaumont Hall. Residents enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and other BBQ favorites while taking part in fun activities.

BeauHaus
An event held each year around the time of Bauhaus, the annual Halloween party thrown by the Sam Fox School of Art and Architechture. BeauHaus features fall festivities for everyone in Lee Hall and Beaumont Hall.

“How Well Do You Know Your Floormate?”
An gameshow-like event where residents compete against each other to see who knows their floormates better.