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Residence Areas

Commonwealth Hall

  • Commonwealth Hall

    Commonwealth Hall accommodates students of all class years, with the first floor and one wing of the second floor accommodating first year students and the rest of the building accommodating a mix of sophomores, juniors and seniors. There are semi-private, individual use bathrooms situated throughout each corridor, as well as a kitchenette and laundry equipment. The “core” community center on each floor has multipurpose space with recreational equipment. The facility provides for coed living with single sex rooms on any given floor or wing of the building. Rooms are carpeted and the building is air conditioned.

    Commonwealth Hall is supervised by Patrick Rojas, Residence Director. His office is located off the main lobby of Commonwealth Hall.

Evergreen Village

  • Evergreen Village

    Evergreen Village provides students with the opportunity to reside in two-story townhouse units that each accommodate six students in three double occupancy bedrooms. The complex is primarily senior housing, and each townhouse unit has a living room, kitchen, full bath, and half bath. Furniture is freestanding and the townhouse units are carpeted with floor tiles in the kitchen. Residents are fully responsible for the care and upkeep of their living space. Evergreen Village has a multipurpose facility which includes study, recreational, and social space, along with laundry equipment. The complex is air conditioned.

    Evergreen Village is supervised by Donald Albrecht, Residence Director.

Gateway Village

  • Gateway Village

    Gateway Village is a community of apartments offering living space for two to six students. Gateway houses primarily juniors and seniors, as well as a limited number of sophomores, depending on space availability. Gateway apartments come in a variety of different lay-outs: efficiency, one bedroom, two bedroom, or three bedroom. Each unit is equipped with kitchen appliances, private bathroom, and furnished living room. Residents are fully responsible for care and upkeep of their living space. A central laundry facility and outdoor recreational space are located within Gateway Village. A segment of apartments in the complex is reserved for graduate housing. The complex is not air conditioned. We encourage students who have a specific need for an air conditioned housing environment to look at other housing options.  All undergraduate apartments in Gateway Village have tile floors. 

    Gateway Village is supervised by Hayley Johnson, Residence Director. Her office is located in 11L Park Lane.

LaRiviere Center

  • LaRiviere Center

    LaRiviere Center consists of student housing (on two wings) and a central unit or “core”, which includes a variety of furnished meeting space for classes, activities, and programs. Each wing accommodates students who reside in four suites, three with six occupants, one with eight occupants. The rooms in each suite have freestanding furniture and tile flooring. The “living room” (shared space) in each suite has upholstered furniture, a table and chairs, and built-in cabinets and counter space. Care and upkeep of the suite is the responsibility of the students.

    The community living space (shared by all wing residents) includes recreational equipment, upholstered furniture, study space, and laundry facilities. The LaRiviere Center includes a multi-purpose lounge with television, and a meeting room. 

    The LaRiviere Center, which includes classrooms and a computer lab, is an air conditioned facility.

    The LaRiviere program includes student-initiated learning-interest communities that have an academic or cocurricular focus. Students interested in residing in the LaRiviere Center for their sophomore year should look for information regarding the application process when they return for spring semester of their freshman year.

    Each LaRiviere suite posts at least one blog entry per month. To view the LaRiviere Center blog, click here.

    The LaRiviere Center is supervised by Tayler Dontigney, Residence Director. The staff office is located off of the main lobby and the Resident Director can be reached at (413) 796-5283.

Plymouth Complex

  • Plymouth Complex

    Plymouth Complex houses primarily sophomores, and some juniors, in three circular shaped units (referred to by students as "donuts"). Plymouth residents enjoy a suite-style living arrangement offering semi-private bath, a central courtyard, and direct outside entrances. Laundry facilities are available in each donut. Each suite consists of four residents in two double occupancy rooms. Each room has tile flooring. The complex is not air conditioned. The residents of each suite are responsible for the care and upkeep of the foyer and semi-private bathroom as well as their own rooms.

    Plymouth Complex is supervised by Kala Chapalonis, Residence Manager.  Her office is on suite 108 in Plymouth Complex.

Quad Halls

  • The Quad

    Berkshire Hall, Hampden Hall, and Franklin Hall comprise the group of residence halls known as “the quad.” Rooms in the quad halls are double occupancy with a commonly shared bathroom on each floor and a commonly shared laundry facility in the building. All have a lounge equipped with television, kitchenette, and recreational equipment. These halls are coed, with single-sex floors. University furniture is movable and rooms have tile flooring. First year students are typically assigned to these halls. The buildings are air conditioned.

    The Quad Halls are supervised by:

    • Berkshire Hall - Sophie Cannon, Residence Manager

    • Franklin Hall - David Briganti, Residence Manager

    • Hampden Hall - Zac Broughton, Residence Manager

Windham Hall

  • Windham Hall

    Windham Hall provides for coed housing with single-sex wings. The residents select two-person or three-person (larger size) rooms. The hall has a centrally located lounge with a television. Other common area space includes kitchenette, laundry facility, a study lounge, and recreational space. Rooms are carpeted and room furniture is moveable. The building typically accommodates first year students. The building is air conditioned.

    Windham Hall is supervised by Brittany Haughton, Residence Director. Her office is located in the main lobby.

Southwood Hall

  • Southwood Hall

    Southwood Hall is the newest addition to our residence facilities. Located near the athletic fields, the corridor-style residence hall features apartments for four students. Each apartment consists of either two double bedrooms or four single occupancy bedrooms, as well as a bathroom, kitchen, and living room. Furniture is freestanding and the apartments have tile flooring. Building amenities include a large first floor lounge, recreational space, and laundry equipment. The hall is primarily upperclass (junior and senior) housing.

    Southwood Hall is supervised by Donald Albrecht, Residence Director.  His office is located in Evergreen Commons.  Parking will be available for residents adjacent to the building.