Student Life

With such a vibrant community of young men and women, it is no surprise that there’s always something to do at Stonehill. A culture of warmth and friendliness shape lifelong bonds as students live and learn together.

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Experience Life at Stonehill

"You always hear that Stonehill has that small, tight-knit community feel and it sounds cliche and corny but it's really true." - Hailey Chalhoub

Meet Tim, Class of 2014

“Having hands-on experience was a huge advantage. The average Stonehill student wants to do something other just than go to class. Stonehill attracts students who want a well-rounded education, both in and out of the classroom.”

Meet Karuna, Class of 2015

“I remember they all came and gave us a warm hug. I was missing my mom, and I was like, wow, I feel at home. It was really welcoming.”

Meet Vlada, Class of 2012

"I’m a member of the Stonehill varsity Track + Field team. Being a student-athlete at Stonehill has been really great. It’s really easy to get to know everyone because you’re with them all the time and you really become a close-knit group.”

Whether you live on campus or commute from home, being at Stonehill is like finding a home away from home. Comfortable residence halls, an active campus, good food and a welcoming culture encourage incoming students to quickly embrace our close-knit community and make a successful transition to college life.

With more than 90 percent of students living at Stonehill—and tons of engaging activities and events happening all around campus—there are plenty of chances to make new friends and develop bonds that last a lifetime.

We invite you to be curious. Take advantage of all the opportunities we have to offer. Live like a Skyhawk.

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