The hall includes:

  • Double rooms on single-sex floors
  • Kitchen on first floor
  • Wi-Fi
  • A main lounge with a big-screen TV, pool table, and ping pong table
Two beds set up in Massasoit Hall

Massasoit Hall was built in 1960. This coed, first-year residence hall has a population of just 108 residents. The four floors are single-sex, and many students prefer living in a quieter and less populated building. Massasoit Hall is close to Marsh Memorial and only yards away from Cheney Hall, the College’s dining facility, and other academic buildings. Reed Green also is located just outside the building where students can enjoy playing games and laying out in the sun.

Residents are able to gain the full first-year experience when living in Massasoit Hall because all of the rooms have double occupancy. Each floor has its own lounge with a sitting area where students can gather and socialize. The first floor has a main lounge with a big-screen TV, pool table, and ping pong table. The second-floor lounge gives students access to the patio, where some student programs and barbecues occur.

Capacity: 113

Massasoit Hall Room Dimensions

Room: Double
Height: 8'
Width: 11' 7"
Length: 15' 4"

Height: 6' 8"
Width: 3' 8"

Height: 6' 8"
Length: 4'

Live and Learn Together

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

A room set up for a student to live in it in Massasoit residence hall.
The front of Massasoit Hall with students walking into the building.
Welcome to Massasoit Hall

Interacting and making friends is one of the great things about Springfield College, especially in Massasoit Hall.

A desk with a plate on it and a bed in Massasoit Hall.
Space Made by You

Rooms in Massasoit Hall provide multi-functional space so you can make it your own.

A room in Massasoit Hall with two beds and desk area for students.
Make It Your Own

Whether you bleed maroon and white or like a more modern look, designing your half of the room is part of the fun.

A Massasoit Hall residence room with bed and desk adorned with Springfield College gear.
Study or Sleep

Students enjoy the luxury of their study space and their sleeping space being under the same roof.

Massasoit Hall room with an open door and closet to show the community feel created in the residence hall.
Embrace Your Community

Having an open-door is a great way to interact with floor mates and meet new people.

The common area, including kitchen, in Massasoit residence hall.
Cooking Made Easy

Breaks from the dining hall are easy with our spacious kitchen area available for use by residents.

A foosball and ping pong table are included in the common area of Massasoit residence hall.
Competitive Edge

Games allow for great ways for students to interact and get a little friendly competition.

The common area in Massasoit residence hall, complete with dining area and TV area.
Lounge Life

Whether it's homework or watching a movie as floor, the lounge is a great place to meet new people and hang out.

A pool table is included in the basement lounge of Massasoit hall.
Enjoy Your Hall

The basement lounge offers a great way to step back from the books and enjoy some fun.