We are excited to share with you our stunning 384-acre campus.
Explore Our Welcoming Community
Stonehill College – founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1948 – provides students with an exceptional education anchored by the belief in the inherent dignity of each person. As you progress along the tour route, we hope the information provided at each stop will give you a better understanding of how Stonehill’s expansive leadership and experiential learning opportunities equip students for success in a rapidly evolving and globally competitive world.
May Hall, Quad Entrance
As you leave the Admission Welcome Center, head around the path to the quad entrance of the Thomas and Donna May School of Arts & Sciences building, home to the Philosophy, History and Religious Studies & Theology departments. In its modern, technology-driven classrooms, Stonehill professors emphasize critical analysis and creative thinking while mentoring students in more than 100 academic programs across the College.
Meehan School of Business
Take a look across the campus quad at the newly built Leo J. Meehan School of Business, home to our Business, Economics and Healthcare Management programs as well as our Marketing and Data Analytics master’s degree programs. The building features a Bloomberg room, capital markets room and several high-tech collaborative spaces.
Duffy Academic Center
Completing our look at academic buildings surrounding the campus quad is Duffy Academic Center, which houses professors from many disciplines including the Mathematics and Languages, Literatures & Cultures departments. Duffy is also a hub for services and resources – such as the Navigation Center for Student Success – that maximize each student’s academic, professional and personal development.
Roche Dining Commons
There is so much to explore at Roche Dining Commons. On the second floor you’ll find our largest and main dining hall. On the lower level is the Hill, a contemporary eatery, and Brother Mike’s, an on-campus pub for anyone over 21. Roche is also home to our mail room, student-run radio station WSHL and the Office of Student Engagement.
This portion of the tour route passes three of Stonehill’s seven corridor-style residence halls. These buildings feature common area kitchens, laundry rooms and accessible bathrooms. Nearly 90 percent of students live on campus in our residence halls.
Shields Science Center
You’ll soon come upon The Thomas & Mary Shields Science Center, home to our Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics & Astronomy, and Psychology departments. The Shields Center offers state-of-the-art laboratories where students have access to equipment that is typically only available in graduate-level programs.
College Center and Merkert Gymnasium
The College Center is home to the Computer Science and Education Studies departments. Stonehill also offers a master’s degree program in Inclusive Education with licensure and non-licensure options. On the bottom floor, you’ll find Merkert Gymnasium, the home court for our men’s and women’s NCAA Division I basketball and volleyball teams.
Chapel of Mary
Daily Masses are celebrated in various chapels on campus, including here at the Chapel of Mary. In a wing adjacent to the chapel, you’ll find Health Services, Counseling Services and Campus Ministry, which offers several faith-based opportunities along with domestic and international service programs.
Cushing-Martin Hall is home to the Communication, English and Visual & Performing Arts departments. It features rehearsal and studio spaces as well the Carole Calo Gallery. You’ll also find Career Development, which is part of our Navigation Center for Student Success and an important resource for students seeking research, co-op and internship opportunities.
During your time at Stonehill, you'll likely spend many hours here in the MacPháidín Library. It has three floors and gets quieter as you work your way up. In addition to an extensive collection of books and periodicals, the library features state-of-the-art learning and collaboration spaces and a cafe.