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Residence Halls

2017-2018 Academic Year*

Bridge Street House | Charter Hall | Colby Hall | Connor Hall | East Hall | Fitch House | Lewin House | Rowe House | Sanborn House | Union Hall | West Hall

Bridge Street House

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Bridge Street House – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, upper class
  • 2 Single rooms
  • 4 Double rooms

Building Amenities

  • Lounge on first floor with community TV
  • Washer and dryer

Room Feature

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Bridge Street House was purchased by the College in 1987 to be used as student housing. Shortly after that it was converted to be used as faculty offices, and most recently was home to the Career and Counseling Center. In 2017, the building was renovated to be a residence hall again.

Bridge Street House is the smallest residence hall on campus. It is located on the corner of Union Street and Bridge Street, across from the Simon Center.

Charter Hall

Room Rates | Building I on Campus Map | [back to top]

Charter Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year, and upper class
  • 25 Deluxe singles
  • 3 Double rooms
  • 9 Triple rooms
  • 1 Quad room
  • 1 6-person clubhouse
  • 1 6-person apartment

Building Amenities

  • Charter Coffeehouse on the first floor
  • Community kitchens on 2nd and 3rd floors
  • Beverage and snack vending machines
  • Washers and dryers

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed (full size bed in deluxe singles)
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light
  • Couch or arm chair (deluxe single only)
  • Coffee table or end table (deluxe single only)

History

  • Charter Hall was the first building constructed completely by the College in 1962 and was named in honor of the early trustee’s efforts to get a charter for the College from the State of New Hampshire. The building was originally built to be used as housing, but over the years has also been home to the dining hall, an activity center, and a fitness center, and is now home to the Charter Coffeehouse and a dance studio. Charter Hall was most recently renovated in 2012. 

Charter Hall houses the Charter Coffeehouse and an Area Coordinator office on the first floor. There is an outdoor patio with tables and chairs facing the quad lawn. Charter Hall is located on the quad side of campus, between the River Lot and the quad lawn.

Colby Hall

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Colby Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year and upper class
  • 9 Single rooms
  • 81 Double rooms
  • 3 Triple rooms
  • 4 Quad rooms

Building Amenities

  • Beverage and snack vending machines
  • Washers and dryers

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Colby Hall was built in 1964 as a women’s dormitory. It is named after former trustee Willoughby A. Colby. 

Colby Hall is co-ed, is uniquely comprised of five connected towers that all make up one building, and is the largest residence hall on campus. It houses an Area Coordinator apartment on the first floor of tower four. Colby Hall is located next to the Simon Center and is the closest building to Gilmore Dining Hall.

Connor Hall

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Connor Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year
  • 51 Double rooms
  • 9 Triple rooms

Building Amenities

  • Washers and dryers
  • Community kitchen on 2nd and 3rd floors

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Connor Hall was built in 1964 as a men’s dormitory. It is named after one of the College’s first trustees, Fred T. Connor. 

Connor Hall is co-ed. It houses an Area Coordinator apartment and first year students participating in the Living Learning Community. Connor Hall is located on the quad side of campus between Charter Hall and Campus Safety.

East Hall

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East Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year and upper class
  • 16 Deluxe single rooms
  • 34 Double rooms
  • 8 Triple rooms

Building Amenities

  • Central heating and air conditioning
  • Washers and dryers
  • Community kitchen on all three floors
  • Cold beverage and snack vending machine
  • First floor lounge, including community TV

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed (full size bed in deluxe singles)
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light
  • Couch or arm chair (deluxe single only)
  • Coffee table or end table (deluxe single only)

History

  • East Hall was built in 1970 as a mirror image to Connor Hall. Its construction marked a major boom in enrollment and demand for housing for the College, and was most recently renovated in 2014.

East is the most recently renovated residence hall on campus. It is the only residence hall with climate controlled heating and cooling. It is located on the quad side of campus between Charter Hall and the Wellness Center.

Fitch House

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Fitch House – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, upper class
  • 1 Single room
  • 3 Double rooms
  • 1 Triple room
  • 1 Quad room

Building Amenities

  • Covered front porch at main entrance

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Fitch House was purchased by the College in 1970 to be used as student housing. In the years after its purchase, it came to be used as faculty offices and was most recently home to the Veteran’s Program offices. In 2017 the house was renovated to be a residence hall again, while the barn portion of the building continues as the photo studio. 

Fitch House shares yard space with the Fitch Barn, where the on-campus photo studio is located. Fitch House is located on Bridge Street, across from the Davis House and the Danforth Library.

Lewin House

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Lewin House – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, upper class
  • 1 Single room
  • 6 Double rooms
  • 1 Quad room

Building Amenities

  • Covered front porch at main entrance

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Lewin House was purchased by the College in 1961 as the President’s house. In 1983 the building was renovated to become the Skills Center and has been used for a variety of other academic support services since then. In 2017, the building was renovated to be a residence hall for the first time.

Lewin House has a large covered front porch on the building where students can gather outside. It is located on the corner of Union Street and Bridge Street and is directly across from the Simon Center.

Rowe House

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Rowe House – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year and upper class
  • 17 Single rooms
  • 4 One-person apartments
  • 2 Two-person apartments

Building Amenities

  • Washers and dryers
  • Community kitchen on basement and 2nd floors

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

Apartment Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light
  • Couch or arm chair
  • Coffee table or end table

Rowe is located a short walk from the Administration Building and offers an off-campus feel with the convenience of on-campus housing. Rowe is nearly all single rooms and is most popular among upper class and graduate students, however first year students can live in Rowe as well. Rowe House is located on Western Avenue.

Sanborn House

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Sanborn House – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year and upper class
  • 12 Single rooms
  • 14 Double rooms
  • 2 Triple rooms
  • 2 Quad rooms

Building Amenities

  • Washers and dryers
  • Community kitchen on first floor
  • First floor study lounge

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

Sanborn is located a short walk from the Administration Building and offers an off-campus feel with the convenience of on-campus housing. The building is an old farmhouse turned residence hall, with an addition added by the College, creating a comfortable home-like environment. Sanborn House is located on Rush Road.

Union Hall

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Union Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, upper class
  • 6 Deluxe single rooms
  • 11 Double rooms

Building Amenities

  • Washers and dryers
  • Community kitchen on first floor
  • Cold beverage and snack vending machine
  • Living room area in each suite

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • Union Hall was built in 1988 on the site of the old Health Center after it was demolished in 1987. 

Union Hall contains our primarily upper class theme-suite housing, where each suite works with an on-campus advisor based on a chosen theme and offers experiential programming to bring their theme to the broader student body. Students apply to live in Union before room selection each spring. Union also houses an Area Coordinator office on the first floor. Union House is located on the quad side of campus and sits on Union Street between Campus Safety and the Wellness Center.

West Hall

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West Hall – Details

2017-2018 Configuration

  • Co-ed, first-year and upper class
  • 4 Single rooms
  • 58 Double rooms
  • 4 Triple rooms

Building Amenities

  • Washers and dryers
  • Small community lounge spaces on 2nd and 3rd floors
  • Large community lounge on first floor, including community TV

Room Features

  • Cable TV outlet
  • Wireless Internet: MyResNet
  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling light

History

  • West Hall was built in 1970 and its construction marked a major boom in enrollment and demand for housing for the College. While now entirely residential, West Hall formerly housed both the Wellness Center and the Campus Safety offices.

West Hall is the closest residence hall to Bridges Gymnasium, the Lee Clement Arena, and the Turf Fields, making it a popular location for athletes on campus. West Hall is located between Colby Hall and the Bridges Gym and faces the Simon Center lawn.


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* Information on this webpage is subject to change. (updated 3/21/18)