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Housing and Residential Life

Article ID: 274
Last updated: 20 Apr, 2021

LaMar Coleman, Director
Angela Bazin, Associate Director
Paul Serignese, Associate Director for Residential Engagement
Sonya Alicea, Administrative Assistant

Alvin B. Wood Support Services Center, Second Floor, (860) 465-5297

The Office of Housing and Residential Life strives to provide a nurturing, safe, enriching environment that fosters lifelong learning and allows students to grow intellectually and socially. Students are exposed to an interactive living-learning experience that provides hands-on opportunities to interact with students in the residential communities designed to make their college experience meaningful. 

Housing over 2,500 students, the University has developed a comprehensive approach to the co-curricular experience by focusing on the development of community. Our professional, live-in staff, along with our student resident assistants, duty assistants, and office assistants, works hard to provide a great living-learning experience through purposeful and directed programs and experiences. 

Whether it is performing community service, attending a building program or one of our Friday After Dark weekend programs, we offer a range of opportunities to become involved with the campus community. We believe living on campus is part of a student’s total college experience. Making lifelong friends and learning how to live and interact with others is great practice for life after Eastern. 

We do have rules, regulations, and expectations for how our residents conduct themselves. They can be found on-line in the Housing Contract, the Residence Life Handbook, and on the University website under Housing and Residential Life.  Please note that housing policies and procedures are subject to change.

 First-year Housing  Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Housing  Transfer Housing
 Burnap Hall  Laurel Hall  Occum Hall
 Burr Hall  Niejadlik Hall
 Constitution Hall  Noble Hall
 Crandall Hall  Nutmeg Hall
 Mead Hall  Occum Hall
 Winthrop Hall  Windham Street Apartments (High Rise & Low Rise)
Shafer Hall

Meal Plans

The Silver Plus $125 meal plan is required for all students living in first-year residence halls, all students living in Niejadlik Hall, and all students living on the 1st and 2nd floors of Occum Hall. Meal plans are also available for purchase for any other student living on campus.

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