The best residential experience is not just about where you live, but how you connect. It’s the difference between a house and a home, or a street versus a neighborhood. It’s all about the relationships within the community and how you choose to get involved. That's why our living environments change as you progress in your studies, from traditional halls to more independent living in our suites and apartments. Through programs and services designed for each of these areas, you are encouraged to become an active part of our community. So connect, settle in, and enjoy this very special time in your life living on our beautiful campus.
Living on Campus
Take a tour of each residence area on campus. Find all of the need-to-know information for new, returning, and graduate students including details on break housing.
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Premium Single Options Available
A limited number of double rooms are available on a first come, first served basis for first year students to request as a Premium Single. Premium Singles afford more privacy and are furnished with two sets of furniture that students can rearrange to their liking. Additionally, a limited number of double rooms are available for returning students on a first come, first served basis.
First year students who want to request a premium single will see that question on their housing application in THD, and can request a premium single by answering that question indicating that they would like a premium single. As space for premium singles is limited, a request for a premium single does not guarantee that a student will be assigned to a premium single.
If you have any questions about the Premium Single option, or are interested as a returning student, please email Residence Life at email@example.com.
What is the Freshman & Sophomore Residency Requirement?
Studies show that living on campus can help students to feel more engaged in student life and that can help you to be more successful in the classroom. Beginning with students enrolling in fall 2019, Western New England University requires all freshman and sophomores to live on campus for their first two years. Exceptions to this policy will be made for students living at home with a parent or legal guardian within a 50-mile radius of the University (determined by GPS). Other circumstances may qualify for exception. Learn more on our Living on Campus page and review the Residency Requirement.