Traill College consists of Wallis Hall and Crawford Houses, which are residential; as well as Scott House — the original location of Catharine Parr Traill College — Kerr House, and Fry Lodge (formerly the Principal's Lodge) which is named after the college's first principal, Marion Fry. The university previously owned Bradburn and Langton House but both properties were sold to the Peterborough Housing Corporation in 2009. The property was sold to Hospice Peterborough in 2012 and will to be turned into a residential hospice. In fall 1999, an in-house task force recommended closing the college as a cost-saving measure, which led to a flurry of protest and a successful campaign to save Traill. In 2008, it was converted to a centre of graduate studies. In 2016, an external presidential review of the college was ordered. It recommended that Traill return to is roots as a more "traditional" college and expand its services and reach into the local community.
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