Upperclassmen have the option to remain in traditional residence halls or choose from apartment-style options. Additionally, some students live in theme houses with their particular fraternity, sorority or other organization.
Please note: The theme housing process is conducted separately through an application.
All halls include one or two main lobbies, laundry room and kitchen area.
John C. Bane Memorial Residence Hall is located on the west end of campus and is named in memory of John C. Bane Jr., a long-time Board of Trustee member and friend of the College.
Elizabeth Stewart Hall, the College’s largest residence hall, is located on the west end of campus and honors the memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, a philanthropist to the College during the 1920s.
The College’s apartments and townhouses are a favorite housing option for many upper-class students. All three options include:
Davis Square Apartments
The Davis Square Apartments span three buildings along Alan Avenue and Davis Street on the west end of campus. Each building has three floors with four apartments per floor. Students have a choice of one-bedroom (1-2 students) or two-bedroom (2-3 students) apartments. Additional features include an end table in the living room and a resource room.
College Avenue Apartments
The College Avenue apartment building contains 18 total apartments on three floors. Students have a choice of efficiency, one-bedroom or two-bedroom apartments. Additional features include a bed, dresser, desk and desk chair for each student. Laundry facilities can be found on each floor.
The townhouses are the College’s newest residential facility, constructed in 2002. Twenty in all, each townhouse has three single bedrooms, one double bedroom and two full bathrooms. The laundry facility is located directly next to the townhouses in the Glen Johnson Community Center.