Part of the North Residential Village, Taplin House is a traditional-style residence hall in the first-year Juniper residential community. It houses approximately 110 students in mostly double rooms. Taplin House was named for Elsie May Holliday Taplin (1879-1961), an alumna who served on the Western Reserve University Board of Trustees from 1941 to 1948. She grew up in Cleveland as the daughter of prominent physician Dr. Benjamin Holliday, and both she and her sister Marguerite attended Western Reserve University College for Women. She met her husband, Charles F. Taplin when they were both members of the Class of 1901 at Western Reserve University.
- Card Access Building Doors
- Full Kitchen on First Floor
- Laundry Facilities on First Floor
- First Floor Lounge with Television
- Bike room on first floor
- Piano and Game table on first floor
- Lounges on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors
- Study rooms on each floor
- CaseGuest/CaseWireless WiFi Networks throughout building
Please note, this building does not have air conditioning.