Campus Housing - Dorms and Meal Plans

Provides on campus housing
Yes

Residence hall capacity
2,384

Does college offer a meal plan?
Yes, number of meals in the maximum meal plan offered

Must all students live on campus?
No

Number of meals per week are provided with the meal plan
21
Residence halls on campus:
Albright House, Baldwin House, Bedford Terrace, Capen House, Chapin House, Comstock House, Conway House, Cushing House, Cutter House, Dawes House, Eleanor Duckett House, Ellen Emerson House, Elm Street, Franklin King House, Friedman Complex, Gardiner House, Gillett House, Graduate House, Green Street, Haven House, Hopkins House, Hubbard House, Jordan House, Lamont House, Laura Scales House, Lawrence House, Martha Wilson House, Mary Ellen Chase House, Morr House, Northrop House, Park Annex, Park House, Parsons Annex, Parsons House, Sessions Annex, Sessions House, Talbot House, Tenney House, Tyler House, Washburn House, Wesley House, Wilder House, Ziskind House

Sports Programs & Athletics

Athletic conferences
    Basketball - New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference
    Cross Country/Track - New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference
Athletic Association
Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

 

 



Campus Services and Programs

Services
Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers
Library facilities
Access to digital/electronic resources
Access to library collections that are shared with other institutions
Established library hours
Organized collection of printed materials
Physical facilities
Staff trained to provide and interpret library materials
Services and Programs for Servicemembers and Veterans
Yellow Ribbon Program (officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
Hospital on campus?
No

 

Other
% of students with registered disabilities
22%