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Historic Houses (Upperclassmen)

Historic houses are another type of “residence hall,” typically for upperclassmen. Each bedroom sleeps one, two or three students. Some houses have their own kitchen and laundry room (see features chart in this booklet). Residents also have access to laundry rooms in the house or in Craig, College Lodge, McConnell and Buist Rivers. 

Houses include: 90, 92 Wentworth Street; 70, 72 Coming Street; 298, 300 Meeting Street; and 2, 4, 6, 8, 24 Bull Street. Floor plans vary.

Houses are open continuously from August — May.

2 Bull Street

6 Bull Street

Franco-Hispano House

Interested in French or Spanish language and culture? Want to live in a beautiful historic house with others who share your interest? The Franco-Hispano House, a learning community that provides a language immersion experience, offers just such an opportunity!  Please contact Prof. Mary Ann Blitt (Spanish) or Prof. Kathy Kaufmann (French) for more information. More information here.

8 Bull Street

LCWA Multicultural House

The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs invites you to live in our living and learning community, the LCWA Multicultural House, located in our beautiful historic house on 8 Bull Street. The aim of this living and learning community is to foster cultural immersion and exploration, offering the chance for our students to live in a house with other residents from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Please contact Prof. Mary Ann Blitt or Prof. Kathy Kaufmann for more information.

Amenities for Historic Houses

  • single or bunk bed (extra-long) – some loftable/bunkable
  • individual desk
  • desk chair
  • chest of drawers
  • wardrobe or closet
  • mini blinds
  • air conditioning
  • basic cable television service
  • wireless Internet service (per student)