Intercultural Affairs

The Office of Intercultural Affairs is here to serve unrepresented populations across Stonehill’s campus. That means that we are here to serve you. Our mission is to help lead Stonehill College in creating both a diverse and inclusive community. We believe in the dignity of each person and seek to affirm, honor, and embrace the differences that shape a more robust living and learning community. We do this by educating around concepts and themes, including but not limited to issues impacting racial and ethnic groups; sexual orientation and identity; socioeconomic experiences; disability and ability; immigration; educational status; and much more. We also believe in educating those student who are not from an underrepresented group to be allies for their peers.

Our office hosts the student dialogue groups, including GenOne, in addition to countless programs and workshops to better connect every member of the Stonehill community.

For more information, visit us online or in Duffy Academic Center, room 149. We can also be reached at:
Email: diversity@stonehill.edu
Tel: 508-565-1409

Res Life

The residential experience is an integral part of Stonehill’s community. Approximately 90% of our students live on campus. This provides countless opportunities for students to connect with each other socially and academically in order to have the support necessary to make a successful transition into college life. Students can select from a wide range of living options including traditional corridor style halls to suites and townhouses, to single gender residence halls, there are options to suit nearly everyone’s needs!

All of our residence halls are staffed by live-in professional Residence Directors and Area Coordinators and para-professional Resident Assistants (RAs). Our RAs are selected and trained to assist with nearly every situation and are close at hand if you are having difficulties, need information, have an idea for a hall activity, or just want to talk. They are eager to get to know you personally and are more than ready to help you make the most of your on-campus experience.

The Housing Application is available through your myHill account. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. Log in to the myHill student portal
  2. Look for the Housing section on the Orientation tab
  3. Click the login button under “Apply Online”
  4. Agree to the terms of our 2016-2017 Room and Board Contract
    1. If you are under 18 years of age, you will need to print the contract, co-sign it with a parent or legal guardian and mail it to our office.
  5. Answer the personal preference questions
    1. You will have until July 1 to make changes to your roommate preferences. Visit your myHill account and click on myHousing for more information.
  6. Click “Complete Application”

For more detailed instructions, click here.

For more information, check out the Residence Life section in the “Stonehill 101” handbook or contact the Office of Residence Life directly:
Email: reslife@stonehill.edu
Tel: 508-565-1290

Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities provides a wide array of involvement opportunities for you on campus. They are responsible for everything from orientation to family weekend to student clubs and organizations and so much more. These clubs/organizations fall into one of ten categories: academic, media, performance, cultural & special interests, pre-professional, political, recreational & sports, governance & programming, religious, and service & volunteering.

For more information about how to get involved at Stonehill, visit the Office of Student Activities online or in person at:
Office of Student Activities
Roche Dining Commons, Room 103
Tel: 508-565-1308
Fax: 508-565-1416
Email: studentactivities@stonehill.edu

Counseling Services

The Counseling Services office is committed to helping you develop in every way: intellectually, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and physically. The highly trained staff at Counseling Services is ready to help you resolve psychological barriers that may interfere with personal and academic growth, support you while you adjust to college and life pressures, teach skill that allow you to optimize personal effectiveness, and a host of other goals. Counseling Services seeks to accomplish these goals through several services and initiatives such as individual counseling, group counseling, assessment, and consultation, education, & training.

Check out Counseling Services’ website for more information about how they can help you. While on their site, you can also view their self-help resources, information for parents, and FAQs.

Counseling Services
Chapel of Mary Building
Hours: M – F 8:30am to 4:30pm
Tel: 508-565-1331
Fax: 508-565-1691