Garrett House

The Whittier College Faculty Masters Program combines educational and social programming in an intimate and informal setting and is modeled after similar programs at Oxford and Cambridge universities. Located in the heart of campus, the three masters' houses are each awarded to a faculty-in-residence, whose multi-year assignment is to plan and host a variety of experiences exploring a designated theme.

Garrett House was designated as a faculty master’s residence during the 1990-91 school year. Originally named Wardman House, then Stauffer House, it was renamed Garrett House in 1994 when trustee Roberta Garrett Veloz ’57 endowed the residence for $1 million in honor of her parents, Mary and Orval Garrett.

Designed by William Lloyd Jones, Inc., the two-story structure is close to 3,500 square feet in size, and is located on the north side of campus, at the end of Haverhill Road.

Garrett House
7027 Haverhill Pk Road
Whittier, CA 90602
562.907.4684
jherrick@whittier.edu