There are six dorms on the Dana Hall campus, with approximately 14-32 students in each dorm for a total of 145 beds:
A cluster of four dorms (Johnston A, B, C and D) are located in the center of campus overlooking the pond. The 9th graders live in two of the Johnstons along with a group of older girls who have chosen to live with new students as their "big sisters."
A small house dorm features a large, comfortable living area and spacious kitchen. Grey Lodge is home to junior and senior students.
The larger house dorm that also includes a spacious shared living area and communal kitchen. Wheeler, like Grey Lodge, houses juniors and seniors.
Each dorm has a house director, house assistant, and student proctor.
15 states are represented by Dana Hall students: Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Caroline, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas
14 countries are represented by Dana Hall students: Canada, China, Egypt, Haiti, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam