Here at Stonehill, about 90% of our students choose to live on campus. This provides numerous opportunities to our incoming students to get to know each other, form study groups, and find the support needed to make a successful transition to college life.
In addition, living on campus gives you the unique opportunity to meet students from all over the US and around the world. Your residence life experience will give you the opportunity to learn more about yourself as you come to know people from different backgrounds and cultural experiences - all of which will help you learn and grow and prepare you for life after college.
Students can select from a wide range of living options at Stonehill. From traditional corridor style halls to suites and townhouse, 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 (RDs) 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.
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Stonehill College recommends but does not require that each student has personal property insurance while living on campus.
Personal property insurance offers protection against accidental damage, liquid damage, cracked screens, spills, theft, and vandalism for your personal belongings -- including laptops, tablets, smartphones, outdoor equipment, & textbooks.
Property owners will not be held liable for a resident’s personal property or any damage done to personal property while living on campus.
The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to providing students a supportive and inclusive living environment that enhances their Stonehill experience. Students can select from a wide range of living options at Stonehill, ranging from traditional corridor style halls to suites and townhouses, to single-gender residence halls.