Mathey College was established in the fall of 1983, yet it occupies some of the most iconic collegiate Gothic buildings on campus, several dating from the late 19th century. Partnered with Rockefeller College, Mathey is a four-year college with 400 freshmen and sophomores plus 140 juniors and seniors. The college is named for Dean Mathey, member of the class of 1912, a financier and former University trustee who was associated with Princeton for many decades. Mathey is home to the close-knit Edwards Collective as well as a recording studio for use by students. The head of college is Harriet Flower, Professor of Classics, whose office is located in Hamilton Hall along with the rest of the college staff.