On-Campus Housing Options

TRADITIONAL RESIDENCE HALLS

The traditional residence halls include Blair Hall, Grafton Hall, Mary Lyon Hall, Pemi Hall, and Geneva Smith Hall.

Traditional Hall Single Room-
Blair, Grafton, Mary Lyon, Pemi, Geneva Smith

Traditional Hall Double Room-
Blair, Grafton, Mary Lyon, Pemi, Geneva Smith

Traditional Hall Triple Room-
Blair, Grafton, Mary Lyon, Pemi, Geneva Smith

Traditional Hall Quad Room-
Mary Lyon

All first- and second-year students living in the residence halls are required to have a dining plan.

 

UPPERCLASS STUDENT HOUSING

Students who have achieved sophomore standing or above are eligible to apply to live in the housing options outlined below.

Langdon Woods Single Room-
Single room with private bathroom in the Langdon Woods Residential Complex. Sophomores living in Langdon Woods are required to have a dining plan but may choose a restricted plan.

Langdon Woods Double Room-
Double room with private bathroom in the Langdon Woods Residential Complex. Sophomores living in Langdon Woods are required to have a dining plan but may choose a restricted plan. Coed double rooms are permitted.

Langdon Woods 4-person/Private Bedroom Suite-
Fully furnished 4-person suite in the Langdon Woods Residential Complex. Shared space includes common room, hallway with closet storage, vanity with double sinks, bathroom, shower room (*accessible units provide a combined bathroom /shower room).  Langdon Woods suites do not provide kitchens; a common kitchen is available in the Langdon Woods lobby.  Sophomores living in Langdon Woods are required to have a dining plan but may choose a restricted plan. Coed suites are permitted.

4-Person Shared Bedroom Apartment-
Fully furnished 4-person, 2-bedroom apartment in the White Mountain Apartment Complex. Residents share a bedroom with one roommate. Common space includes kitchen, living room, and hallway closet space. Multiple layouts available. Students living in the White Mountain Apartment Complex are not required to have a dining plan. Coed 4-person apartments are permitted with the completion of a coed housing agreement.

2-Person Shared Bedroom Apartment-
Fully furnished 2-person, 1-bedroom apartment in the White Mountain Apartment Complex. Residents share a bedroom with one roommate. Common space includes kitchen, living room, and hallway closet space. Multiple layouts available. Students living in the White Mountain Apartment Complex are not required to have a dining plan. Coed two-person apartments are permitted.

2-Person Private Bedroom Apartment-
Fully furnished 2-person, 2-bedroom apartment in the White Mountain Apartment Complex. Residents have a private bedroom and share common space (kitchen, living room, bathroom) with one roommate. Multiple layouts available. Students living in the White Mountain Apartment Complex are not required to have a dining plan. Coed two-person apartments are permitted.

Non-Traditional Student Apartment-
Fully furnished, private bedroom 1 and 2-person units. Students living in the Non-Traditional Student Apartments are not required to have a dining plan. Typically, Non-Traditional Student Apartments are for graduate students, students who are 22 or older, or younger students seeking an extended quiet apartment option.

EcoHouse-
With programmatic oversight provided by the Office of Environmental Sustainability, the house has 9 single person bedrooms, a large community kitchen, a common living room, 2 bathrooms, wireless internet, laundry facilities, a meeting space for outside organizations, a Permaculture garden where students can grow their own vegetables, and a bike storage unit which is currently being constructed. The meeting space holds sustainability related classes offered on campus, provides an area for environmental related organizations to meet such as Common Ground and the Sustainability Fellows, and is a potential space to hold workshops, seminars, etc. for the wider campus community.