Stonehill’s student housing is primarily designed to house two - four students per bedroom. Some of our residence halls do offer a limited number of single rooms. As with all accommodation requests at Stonehill, qualification for a single residence hall room will be evaluated on an individualized basis. Stonehill has designed its residential program on the premise that a vibrant, social residence hall environment is fundamental to living and learning at Stonehill. As such, the request for a single room is utilized as an accommodation only when no other reasonable accommodation would allow a student to participate in our residential program as it is designed.
Students with a documented need for a specific housing accommodation may go through the Housing Accommodations request process through the Office of Accessibility Resources. All requests will be reviewed by the Housing Accommodations Committee which is comprised of the following offices:
- Academic Services
- Health Services
- Counseling Services
- Office of Disability Services
- Office of Residence Life
Once a decision has been reached a letter will be emailed to the student's Stonehill College email account with information regarding the committee's decision.
For more information regarding this process visit the Office of Accessibility Resources website.