Residence halls consist mainly of double rooms in suites with various capacities; students share a common lounge and bath. Furnished with desks, chairs, beds, drapes and wardrobes.
The New Castle Residence Hall was completed in 2001 and houses 200 students. Single and double rooms are available. Amenities include large student lounges and great study spaces. This hall is located near the Athletic complex.
New Castle Details:
Tuckerman Hall is the newest residence hall on campus, opening in September 2013. It is four floors and has wonderful views of the Merrimack River and mountains beyond. Tuckerman is home to the highest point on campus and houses 347 students. Singles, doubles, quads (4-person), and doubles with a shared bathroom, organized within 35-person clusters, are the room types available. Amenities such as a small fitness center, elevator, individual room heating/cooling controls, multi-purpose meeting room, and multiple lounges on each floor. All areas and rooms are smoke-free.
Tuckerman Hall Details:
Washington Residence Hall has beautiful views of the Merrimack River, and houses 242 students. Single and double rooms are available. Amenities include large student lounges, conference room spaces, and newly renovated common bathrooms.
Washington Hall Details:
The East Side Residence Halls (Windsor and Hampton) sit on top a hill with a great view of the Merrimack River and the surrounding area. These buildings have a "suite" living style, meaning that there are 2 singles, 2 doubles as well as a bathroom area per living unit in many of the units. These pod units then share a community room with access to study spaces and common areas. Amenities include large lounges, two meeting rooms (one per building), two laundry rooms (one per building).
Hampton Hall is host to our theme communities on campus. The three themes are Wellness, Substance-Free, and Gaming.
Gaming Theme Community description: Students living on this floor will be part of a community that is interested in gaming and will have access to gaming lounges that will be equipped with the latest in gaming furniture, screens, and access. Residents will also have access to renovated study and lounge spaces. Students will live in 6-person suites that have two doubles and two singles and a private bathroom. Assignments will be based on a first-come, first-served basis.
Wellness Theme Community description: Students living on this floor will learn and participate in holistic wellness. In partnership with hall staff and the Wellness Center, residents will explore healthy-living topics such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress, meditation, and more. There are 18 spaces in 6-person pods; assignments will be based on a first-come, first-served basis. There are singles and doubles on this floor.
Substance-Free Theme Community description: Students living in this small cluster of rooms will be part of a community of residents who agree to live substance-free. This includes agreeing to not use alcohol, drugs, and tobacco. There are 12 spaces in this community (two 6-person pods); assignments will be based on a first-come, first-served basis. There are singles and doubles on this floor.
Windsor & Hampton Halls: