Berkshire Towers is a suite-style, twin-towered residence area that primarily houses transfers and returning students. Each floor of the Towers has three suites with separate living space for male and female students. Each suite has three to five bedrooms, a bathroom and a lounge. The majority of rooms in the Towers are doubles, however, a limited number of single rooms are available. Berkshire Towers is smoke-free and alcohol-prohibited.
Hoosac Hall houses the majority of freshmen and is ideal for students who prefer living in a traditional residence hall setting. Each of the six student floors has eighteen double rooms, two bathrooms and two lounges. Hoosac Hall is a smoke-free environment; alcohol is prohibited.
Thanks to a two-year, $5-million project funded by the Massachusetts State College Building Authority (MSCBA), Hoosac Hall underwent several renovations. In 2011, the building's bathrooms were fully renovated. In the summer of 2012, an entryway, offices, common area space and 14 new resident rooms were added to the building.
Flagg Townhouse Apartment Complex
The Townhouses are reserved exclusively for transfers and returning students who prefer apartment-style living. Five to seven students share an apartment with a full kitchen, a living/dining area and private bathroom facilities. Rooms within each apartment are designed to accommodate one to three students. The Complex is a smoke-free environment and alcohol consumption is limited to apartments where all residents are 21 and older.