Housing

Residence Hall Services

We provide a full range of services within the residence halls, including washers and dryers, basic cable access in all rooms, telephone service and Internet. There is free local telephone service and residents may use calling cards for long-distance phone calls.

Each room is furnished with beds, desks, chairs, dressers and closets. Students can order bed linen through the Residence Hall Linen Program in which comforters, mattress pads, pillow cases and towels are available. Unless noted, all buildings have quiet hours from 10 p.m.-10 a.m. on weekdays and 12 a.m.-10 a.m. on weekends. Courtesy hours are in effect at all times. Essex, Hillside and Franklin have rooms specially equipped for students with disabilities.

Residence Halls

Blum Residence Hall - Located on the West end of Campus, this residence hall is a unique, historical house that houses approximately 17 students. This hall is one of our wellness buildings, which requires the absence of tobacco or alcohol use, and maintains a 24-hour-quiet policy. Every two rooms share a bathroom. A kitchen and lounge are located on the first floor. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 and no disciplinary record to live here. 

Clinton Residence Hall - This residence hall is designated to transfer students. Males reside on the first floor and females on the second. Clinton houses approximately 38 students; this hall has a community bathroom on each floor, contains a small lounge on the first floor and has one resident assistant.

Currier Residence Hall - A co-ed, first year hall, this building houses approximately 100 students and is located in the center of campus. In traditional residence hall style, this building consists of long hallways and common bathrooms and lounge.

Essex Residence Hall - Essex Hall is an upper class, co-ed hall. It houses approximately 36 students. Each room has its own bathroom; a lounge and laundry facility are located on the first floor. The first floor accommodates students with disabilities.

Franklin Residence Hall - Housing approximately 38 students, this co-ed residence hall is reserved for students of upper class standing. It also accommodates students with disabilities. This building has a lounge and laundry facilities on the first floor.

Hillside Residence Hall - Hillside is another one of our wellness residence halls, housing approximately 50 upper class students. Being a wellness hall, it has 24-hour-quiet policy and is tobacco and alcohol free. Every two rooms are connected by a bathroom. Kitchen, lounge and study area are also available to students in this hall.

St. Regis Residence Hall - Upper and Lower buildings: This upper class, apartment style building has four single-occupancy bedrooms, two bathrooms and a full kitchen with a stove, microwave and refrigerator. There is an increased cost per semester for this building.

Lakeside Residence Hall - This co-ed, upper class building houses 43 students. Rooms in this building are carpeted, and each floor shares a common bathroom. There is a lounge and kitchen on the first floor, which consists of tripled male rooms. The second floor consists of double female rooms.

Lambert Residence Hall - Housing approximately 20 upper class students. Each room has its own bathroom, and there is a lounge and kitchen on the first floor.

Livermore Residence Hall - As one of our first year student residence halls, this building houses approximately 100 students in 53 carpeted rooms that share two common bathrooms for each gender, one on each floor. A lounge is located on the first floor, and laundry facilities are provided.

Lydia Martin Smith (LMS) Residence Hall - Located along the Lower St. Regis Lake, this building houses a majority of our first year students in quad rooms. With a population of approximately 184 students, this co-ed building provides students with a lounge, kitchen and laundry service along with common bathrooms on each floor.

Overlook Hall - This upper-class, apartment-style building consists of units that each have four-single occupancy bedrooms, two bathrooms and a full kitchen with a stove, microwave and refrigerator. There is an increased cost per semester to live in this building.

Saratoga Residence Hall - Located at the highest elevation on campus, this building houses approximately 100 upper class students in double and triple rooms and provides them with a lounge, kitchen and laundry service.

 
 
 

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