Cleveland Young International Student Center at Lake Forest College - 100 North Sheridan Road

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Stanley D. Anderson

Constructed originally as a nurses' residence for Alice Home Hospital and later known as Bradley Hall, this building was designed by Lake Forest architect Stanley D. Anderson ('16).  After standing empty for three years awaiting funding for renovation, Bradley Hall was converted to the Cleveland Young International Student Center through the generosity of Edward Cleveland ('31) and his wife, who donated $1 million to the college in memory of Mr. Cleveland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Young. The exterior was restored, and the interior was renovated extensively to meet code requirements and serve student needs.  The building serves as the site of specialized programming for new students from abroad in order that they might become better acclimated to the College and the United States.