Clark Kerr Campus

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A Spanish mission style complex, Clark Kerr is located six blocks southeast of main campus. Clark Kerr was originally a school for the blind and deaf until the 1980s, which was when the school moved. Afterwards, UC Berkeley fought for the land and was able to obtain it. The university converted the school into a residence hall soon afterwards. In 1981, Clark Kerr became a Berkeley landmark. The following year, Clark Kerr was placed on the national register of historic places. Known for being the biggest residence hall, Clark Kerr has its own dining hall, basketball and tennis courts, track, swimming pool, and skate park. The ten buildings are two-three stories tall and have single, double, triple, and suite accommodations.

References

1. http://www.housing.berkeley.edu/livingatcal/clarkkerr.html

2. http://www.housing.berkeley.edu/resliving/unit_ckc.html