Students living on the campus live in one of a variety of residential areas.
(1912 - 57,920 ft²) was also constructed in the early 20th century following the campus fire. It is an all-girls dormitory, the only such
building on campus, housing 231 students.Scott Hall
(1960 - 41,436 ft²), located behind the Campus Center and across from
the Davis Alumni Center, is a co-ed dorm housing 143 students.Pope Hall
(1960 - 36,360 ft²), located in front of the Campus Center, across from
the Art Center, and next to the science building, is a co-ed dorm housing 160 students.
Frankland W. L. Miles, Jr., Hall
(1989 - 56,700 ft²) and the V. James DiNardo
(1989 - 56,700 ft²) are co-ed dormitories located on the East Campus, separated
from the above buildings (West Campus) by a MBTA rail line (see above). They were constructed in the late 1980s and have a small center courtyard. Together they house 399 students.East Hall
(2002 - 84,000 ft²), a new co-ed dorm that houses 300 students, is
located across a small courtyard from the East Campus Commons. It is the only dorm with full climate control.Great Hill Student Apartments
(1978 - 51,000 ft²), located up Great Hill from
East Hall, is a series of apartment buildings for students aged twenty-one and over. It is the only location on campus where
alcohol is allowed. It houses 192 students.Shea Hall
(1967 - 64,344 ft²) and Durgin Hall
(1967 - 64,344 ft²) occupy a symmetrical building up Great Hill from the apartments. These buildings are home to
freshmen resident students and together house 620 students. The field located directly in front of Shea/Durgin houses the Dr.
Henry Rosen Memorial Tennis Courts.