Presidential Residences, Outside of Ohio, Part 1

Alabama, U of

University of Alabama



Auburn U

Auburn University


Boise State University Photo Archive # C.0010.090.5A

Boise State University


Brandeis U

Brandeis University


California, U of

University of California


Chicago State U

Chicago State University


President's House (front facade), University of the Cumberlands

University of the Cumberlands


Darmouth C

Dartmouth College


Dayton, U of

University of Dayton


Delaware, U of

University of Delaware

Note: I recognize that the University of Dayton is in Ohio. In a previous post, I included images of the university-provided or subsidized residences of the presidents of the public university in Ohio–thus, the title of this post.


3 thoughts on “Presidential Residences, Outside of Ohio, Part 1

  1. The house shown for the University of California is called Blake House, located in Blake Garden in the Berkeley hills, which is open to the public. It has not been used as a presidential residence since 2008 when then-UC President Dynes resigned and called the deteriorating structure “unlivable.” When Janet Napolitano became UC president in 2013, the UC Regents authorized preliminary studies about renovation of the 90-year old structure (donated to the university in 1957), estimated to cost between $3.5 and $6 million, but as far as I’m aware it’s still abandoned. See this article: Instead, UC leases a home in Oakland for Napolitano (UC’s main offices moved to Oakland from Berkeley some time ago) at $9,000/month. I don’t know what it looks like.

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