Each residence hall has its own personality. We know that you’ll be able to find the right fit for your new home away from home. 

At Springfield College, we find that students learn as much inside the classroom as they do outside of the classroom, which is why we ask that students live on campus for a minimum of three years. Click on the links below to learn more about each of our housing options!

First-year Housing Options

Name Accommodates Gender
Gulick Hall 293 Coed
Reed Hall 150 Coed
Massasoit Hall 108 Coed
Lakeside Hall 110 Coed; single sex floors

Mid-year Housing Options

Name Accommodates Gender
Abbey-Appleton Hall 200 Coed
Alumni Hall 250 Coed
International Hall 288 Coed
Lakeside Hall 110 Coed; single sex floors

Apartment-Style Housing Options

Name Accommodates Gender
Living Center 200; 43 apartments Coed
Senior Suites 204; 47 apartments Coed
Townhouses 161; 20 apartments Coed

Graduate Housing

In supporting our campus residents, Graduate Village and Graduate Annex are currently being used for Spring 2021 Quarantine and Isolation Housing.

In the unlikely event that the pandemic continues in the 2021-22 academic year, Grad Annex and/or Grad Village will be taken offline and may be used for Quarantine and Isolation Housing.

Name Accommodates Gender
Kakley Graduate Annex 24; six apartments Coed
Graduate Village 28; seven houses Coed
College-owned Apartments Two to four residents per unit Coed

Live and Learn Together

Connect your in- and out-of-class learning with our Living-Learning Communities (LLCs). Apply through PrideNet.

A room set up for a student to live in it in Massasoit residence hall.

Looking for some decoration inspo? Curious about the different residence hall rooms? Check out a few photos from current students!