Upperclass Residence Halls

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  • Agard

    Agard

    Harry L. Agard House

    • Street Address: 96 South Street
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 16,420
    • Spencer Neighborhood
    • Agard Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 31
    • Single Rooms: 6
    • Double Rooms: 12
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 19
    • House Coordinator: Kristina Barry ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 31
    • Single Rooms: 6
    • Double Rooms: 12
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 19
    • House Coordinator: Jacob Pelton ’20

    Agard boasts a welcoming common room, a country kitchen with stainless steel fixtures and appliances, and beautiful single and double rooms with unique architectural features. Agard is located near the Student Health Services Center, the Clark Art Museum, and Horn.

  • Brooks

    Brooks

    Belvidere Brooks House

    • Street Address: 983 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 10,306
    • Spencer Neighborhood
    • Brooks Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 27
    • Single Rooms: 5
    • Double Rooms: 11
    • 60% Gender Cap: 16
    • House Coordinator: Kiara Gordon ’19 

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 27
    • Single Rooms: 5
    • Double Rooms: 11
    • 60% Gender Cap: 16
    • House Coordinator: Steven Kreuch ’20

    Brooks offers two nice common rooms on the first floor, and an additional common room/kitchen on the ground floor. Brooks is centrally located on campus next to Spencer House, and the Center for Learning in Action’s offices can be found on the ground floor as well.

  • Bryant

    Bryant

    William Cullen Bryant House

    • Street Address: 1020 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 22,117
    • Wood Neighborhood
    • Bryant Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 62
    • Single Rooms: 62
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 37
    • House Coordinator: Coly Elhai ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 62
    • Single Rooms: 62
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 37
    • House Coordinator: Fi van Wingerden ’20

    Bryant is one of four buildings known as the Greylock Quad. Bryant rooms boast huge windows that overlook the quad and towards Main Street. Residents will find singles arranged into suites with common rooms, and a nice kitchen. Bryant House is close to the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and the quad has an easy-access path that leads to the Paresky Center.

  • Carter

    Carter

    Franklin Carter House

    • Street Address: 36 North Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 24,950
    • Wood Neighborhood
    • Carter Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 70
    • Single Rooms: 70
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 42
    • House Coordinator: Anna Sun ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 70
    • Single Rooms: 70
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 42
    • House Coordinator: Justin Kugel ’20

    Carter is one of four buildings known as the Greylock Quad. Carter boasts rooms with huge windows that look over the quad and towards the Williamstown Town Hall. Residents will find singles arranged into suites with common rooms, and a nice kitchen. Carter is close to the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and has an easy-access path that leads to the Paresky Center.

  • Currier

    Currier

    Currier Hall

    • Street Address: 14 Driscoll Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 34,285
    • Currier Neighborhood Hub House
    • Currier Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 65
    • Single Rooms: 57
    • Double Rooms: 3
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 39
    • House Coordinator (fall): Allegra Simon ’18
    • House Coordinator (spring): Lara Lathrop ’18

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 65
    • Single Rooms: 57
    • Double Rooms: 3
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 39
    • House Coordinator: Jack Melnick ’19

    Currier has a feel of “lived-in charm and days-gone-by.” Bluestone stairs showing years of foot erosion from former students take you to the upper floors with rooms arranged in suite-like style and curved common rooms at each end. Ground floor rooms boast high ceilings and some have French windows and doors – in fact, very tall students can actually stand in the fireplace in one of the larger double rooms, which also has a curious stone head affixed to the mantlepiece. A small kitchen on the ground floor can be used for modest food prep. Currier is the home of the famed Currier Ballroom, a beautiful programming space that features rich wood paneling, high ceilings, and a piano. The Ballroom is a great space for classy social events and has hosted many Cap-and-Bells productions, balls, costume parties, and fancy dinners.

  • Dodd

    Dodd

    Cyrus M. Dodd House

    • Street Address: 64 Mission Park Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 31,705
    • Dodd Neighborhood Hub House
    • Dodd Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 64
    • Single Rooms: 23
    • Double Rooms: 18
    • Flex Rooms: 5 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 38
    • House Coordinator: Samantha Polsky ’17

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 64
    • Single Rooms: 23
    • Double Rooms: 18
    • Flex Rooms: 5 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 38
    • House Coordinator: Annabelle Feist ’20

    The former Williams Inn, Dodd is a white clapboard building located on the northeast side of the campus, comprised of singles and doubles – and almost every room has its own bathroom. Most Dodd rooms are large, and the house itself boasts hotel-like amenities, a spacious common area with a nice kitchen on the first floor, and a grand piano. Dodd Commons and the Gibson Room are also located on the first floor, and host a variety of events throughout the year, including the monthly Doddceum Dinners for faculty, staff, and Dodd Neighborhood members.

  • East

    East

    East College

    • Street Address: 10 Lawrence Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 13,152
    • Currier Neighborhood
    • East Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 51
    • Single Rooms: 18
    • Double Rooms: 12
    • Flex Rooms: 9 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 31
    • House Coordinator (fall): Isabella Huang ’18
    • House Coordinator (spring): June Han ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 51
    • Single Rooms: 18
    • Double Rooms: 12
    • Flex Rooms: 9 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 31
    • House Coordinator: Jasmine Jackson ’20

    East was named for its geographical location to West College when it was built in 1842. East offers a nice common room with a kitchen on the first floor, and is located very close to Goodrich Hall, the Williams College Museum of Art, and the athletic complex.

  • Fayerweather

    Fayerweather

    Fayerweather Hall

    • Street Address: 28 Lawrence Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 16,288
    • Currier Neighborhood
    • Fayerweather houses approved students during Winter Break – students who live in Fayerweather during the academic year should expect to have a student or students borrowing their room during Winter Break and plan accordingly
    • Fayerweather Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 69
    • Single Rooms: 19
    • Double Rooms: 21
    • Flex Rooms: 8 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 41
    • House Coordinator: Chanel Palmer ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 69
    • Single Rooms: 19
    • Double Rooms: 21
    • Flex Rooms: 8 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 41
    • House Coordinator: Olivia Carlson ’20

    Fayerweather, or as it’s affectionately called “Fay,” is very similar in structure to East College. It was, in fact, called South College until 1905, when rags-to-riches Daniel Fayerweather’s long-argued will helped to pay for renovations. Fay offers a large common room and kitchen on the ground floor. Fay is right next to the Williams College Museum of Art, and close to Goodrich Hall and the athletic complex.

  • Fitch

    Fitch

    Ebenezer Fitch House

    • Street Address: 30 Driscoll Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 16,868
    • Currier Neighborhood
    • Fitch Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 45
    • Single Rooms: 25
    • Double Rooms: 9
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 27
    • House Coordinator: CJ Levin ’17

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 45
    • Single Rooms: 25
    • Double Rooms: 9
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 27
    • House Coordinator: Jake Kahrs ’19

    Fitch offers a number of options for suite-style living. The ground floor has a nice-sized kitchen and common area. Rooms have wood floors and, if you’re lucky enough to get on the 2nd or 3rd floor, you’ll have beautiful views of the quad and the surrounding purple mountains. Fitch is very close to Driscoll Dining Hall and is located between Currier Hall and Prospect House.

  • Garfield

    Garfield

    James A. Garfield House

    • Street Address: 45 South Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 12,985
    • Wood Neighborhood
    • Garfield Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 40
    • Single Rooms: 28
    • Double Rooms: 6
    • 60% Gender Cap: 24
    • House Coordinator: Anna Leonard ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 40
    • Single Rooms: 28
    • Double Rooms: 6
    • 60% Gender Cap: 24
    • House Coordinator: Maria Mejia ’20

    Garfield offers a lot of common space on the first floor, and a kitchen and billiard room can be found on the ground floor. In the nice weather, Garfield’s spacious south lawn is great for barbecues, pick-up soccer games, or lying in the sun. In the winter, the hill up to the house is a great spot for sledding. Garfield is located near Wood and the Center for Development Economics.

  • Gladden

    Gladden

    Washington Gladden House

    • Street Address: 44 North Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 27,082
    • Wood Neighborhood
    • Gladden Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 88
    • Single Rooms: 84
    • Double Rooms: 2
    • 60% Gender Cap: 53
    • House Coordinator: Jacob Kahrs ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 88
    • Single Rooms: 84
    • Double Rooms: 2
    • 60% Gender Cap: 53
    • House Coordinator: Megan Siedman ’20

    Gladden is one of four houses known as the Greylock Quad. Gladden rooms boast huge windows that look over the quad, towards the Williamstown Town Hall, and north towards the mountains. Residents will find singles arranged into suites with common rooms, and a nice kitchen. Gladden is close to the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and the quad has an easy-access path that leads to the Paresky Center.

  • Goodrich

    Goodrich House

    Goodrich House

    • Street Address: 65 Mission Park Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 6,120
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Goodrich Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 13
    • Single Rooms: 5
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • 60% Gender Cap: 8
    • House Coordinator: Walford Campbell ’17

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 13
    • Single Rooms: 5
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • 60% Gender Cap: 8
    • House Coordinator: Allegra Simon ’18

    Goodrich offers big windows, nice porches, and spacious common rooms. Rooms on the third floor have views overlooking the wooded landscape. It’s close to Dodd House, Sewall House, the Center for Environmental Studies/Zilkha Center, and Stetson-Sawyer Library.

  • Horn

    Horn Hall

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 60
    • Single Rooms: 40
    • Double Rooms: 10
    • 60% Gender Cap: 36
    • House Coordinator: Naomi Francois ’18

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 60
    • Single Rooms: 40
    • Double Rooms: 10
    • 60% Gender Cap: 36
    • House Coordinator: Wilson Wang ’18

    Horn Hall, first opened in 2016, offers 6-person suites, pod lounges with kitchenettes for 12, a nice kitchen+dining area, a multi-purpose meeting/collaborative learning room, and a spacious & comfortable central living room. The backyard is a great place to hang out on a warm fall or spring day. Horn is located near the Student Health Services Center, Chadbourne, Agard, Brooks, & Spencer.

  • Hubbell

    Hubbell

    Mary Hubbell House

    • Street Address: 72 Mission Park Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 6,000
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Hubbell Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 27
    • Single Rooms: 10
    • Double Rooms: 8
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 16
    • House Coordinator: Margaret Draper ’17

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 27
    • Single Rooms: 10
    • Double Rooms: 8
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 16
    • House Coordinator: Spencer Carrillo ’20

    Famous for its large “Hubbell Doubles” and nice singles, the house boasts beautiful hardwood floors, private bathrooms for most rooms, bay windows, high ceilings, and a nice kitchen. One room has its own porch off the back. Hubbell was named for the wife of former Williams president Mark Hopkins. First located where Chapin Hall stands today, it was moved to its present location in 1910. Hubbell is located near Dodd House and Parsons House, on “Dodd Circle.”

  • Lehman

    Lehman

    Lehman Hall

    • Street Address: 94 Chapin Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 10,008
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Lehman Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 32
    • Single Rooms: 32
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 19
    • House Coordinator: Maryanne Masibo ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 32
    • Single Rooms: 32
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 19
    • House Coordinator: Chanel Palmer ’19

    Lehman Hall is comprised of singles arranged mostly in suites. A kitchen and common area are located on the ground floor. Lehman is located close to the center of campus; closeby buildings include Hollander Hall, Chapin Hall, Bernhard Music Center, and the Paresky Center.

  • Mark Hopkins

    Mark Hopkins

    Mark Hopkins House

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 75
    • Single Rooms: 72
    • Double Rooms: 1
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 45
    • House Coordinator: Ryan Kelley ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 75
    • Single Rooms: 72
    • Double Rooms: 1
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 45
    • House Coordinator: Kendall Allen ’20

    Mark Hopkins is one of four buildings known as the Greylock Quad. Mark Hopkins rooms boast huge windows that overlook the quad and towards the Williamstown Town Hall. Residents of Mark Hopkins will find mostly singles arranged into suites with common rooms, and a nice kitchen. Mark Hopkins is close to the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and the quad has an easy-access path that leads to the Paresky Center.

  • Morgan

    Morgan

    Morgan Hall

    • Street Address: 7 Spring Street
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 24,432
    • Spencer Neighborhood
    • Morgan Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 100
    • Single Rooms: 90
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 60
    • House Coordinator (floors 1 & 2): Daniel Needham ’18
    • House Coordinator (floors 3 & 4): Gary Chen ’18

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 100
    • Single Rooms: 90
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • Flex Rooms: 2 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 60
    • House Coordinator (floors 1 & 2): June Han ’19 (fall semester), Anna Sun ’19 (spring semester)
    • House Coordinator (floors 3 & 4): Nicole Tanna ’18

    Morgan Hall sits on the corner of Main and Spring Streets, in the center of Williamstown and the Williams campus, and very near the science complex and West College. Morgan’s ground floor offers a welcoming common space and a beautiful kitchen.

  • Parsons

    Parsons

    Parsons House

    • Street Address: 82 Mission Park Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 5,000
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Parsons Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 12
    • Single Rooms: 2
    • Double Rooms: 5
    • 60% Gender Cap: 7
    • House Coordinator: Margaret Draper ’17 (resides next door in Hubbell)

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 12
    • Single Rooms: 2
    • Double Rooms: 5
    • 60% Gender Cap: 7
    • House Coordinator: Spencer Carrillo ’20 (resides next door in Hubbell)

    Parsons is a small house with a bright kitchen, glassed in porches, and a great view from the front porch, looking south towards the middle of campus and the new Stetson-Sawyer Library. Parsons is located near Hubbell House and Dodd House, on “Dodd Circle.”

  • Perry

    Perry

    Perry House

    • Street Address: 1017 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 20,000
    • Wood Neighborhood
    • Perry Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 24
    • Single Rooms: 13
    • Double Rooms: 5
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 14
    • House Coordinator: Tess Richman ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 24
    • Single Rooms: 13
    • Double Rooms: 5
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 14
    • House Coordinator: Roberto Cellini ’19

    Perry has a lot of common space on the first floor, including a beautiful library that’s great for studying and resting, and an inner room known as the Goat Room, which is used for events & fancy dinners.  A grand staircase takes you to the upstairs rooms.  Perry is located on the corner of Stetson Court near Wood House, Weston Hall, and the Jewish Religious Center.

  • Prospect

    Prospect

    Prospect House

    • Street Address: 59 Driscoll Hall Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 39,360
    • Currier Neighborhood
    • Prospect Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 104
    • Single Rooms: 104
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 62
    • House Coordinator (ground, 1st, & 2nd floors, fall): Wilson Wang ’18
    • House Coordinator (ground, 1st, & 2nd floors, spring): Lauren Steele ’18
    • House Coordinator (3rd & 4th floors, fall): Lloyd Campbell ’18
    • House Coordinator (3rd & 4th floors, spring): Francesca Eluhu ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 104
    • Single Rooms: 104
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 62
    • House Coordinator (ground, 1st, & 2nd floors): Lauren Steele ’18
    • House Coordinator (3rd & 4th floors): Kristina Barry ’19

    Prospect boasts good common rooms throughout the building, and a spacious ground floor common room with a nice kitchen. Most rooms have great views south towards the purple mountains and the football field, or north into the quad. Prospect is located between Fayerweather Hall and Fitch House, and is very close to Driscoll Dining Hall and the athletic complex.

  • Sewall

    Sewall

    Sewall House

    • Street Address: 49 Mission Park Drive
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 3,000
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Sewall Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 11
    • Single Rooms: 6
    • Double Rooms: 2
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 7
    • House Coordinator: Walford Campbell ’17 (resides next door in Goodrich)

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 11
    • Single Rooms: 6
    • Double Rooms: 2
    • Flex Rooms: 1 (used as a single)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 7
    • House Coordinator: Allegra Simon ’18 (resides next door in Goodrich)

    Sewall has been described by those who have lived there, as a place that truly feels like living in a home. However, there are no true common rooms except the kitchen and dining area. Sewall is located close to Dodd, Goodrich House, Stetson-Sawyer Library, and the Center for Environmental Studies/Zilkha Center.

  • Spencer

    Spencer

    Philip Spencer House

    • Street Address: 973 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 19,090
    • Spencer Neighborhood Hub House
    • Spencer Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 25
    • Single Rooms: 13
    • Double Rooms: 6
    • 60% Gender Cap: 15
    • House Coordinator: Anthony Fitzgerald ’18

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 25
    • Single Rooms: 13
    • Double Rooms: 6
    • 60% Gender Cap: 15
    • House Coordinator: Alison Berg ’18

    Spencer’s first floor is all common spaces, and includes two living areas, a kitchen, and a library. Second-floor rooms are arranged primarily as suites, and some rooms on the second floor look onto balconies & porches. Spencer is close to Brooks House, the science complex, the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and the Paresky Center.

  • Thompson

    Thompson

    Thompson Hall

    • Street Address: 172 Park Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 13,215
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Thompson Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 29
    • Single Rooms: 18
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • Flex Rooms: 3 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 17
    • Designated Quiet Housing
    • House Coordinator: Jillian Jenkin ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 29
    • Single Rooms: 18
    • Double Rooms: 4
    • Flex Rooms: 3 (used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 17
    • Designated Quiet Housing
    • House Coordinator: Sarah Michels ’20

    Thompson is located behind Mission Park on the corner of Park Street & Lynde Lane. Formerly the College Infirmary (Health Center), Thompson has large central corridors lined with single and double rooms of varying size. Nice common rooms and a beautiful kitchen add to this house’s charm, as does the history. Thompson is close to Mission Park Dining Hall, the tennis courts, Tyler, and Tyler Annex.

  • Tyler

    Tyler

    John C. Tyler House

    • Street Address: 183 Park Street
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 15,880
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Tyler Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 38
    • Single Rooms: 20
    • Double Rooms: 9
    • 60% Gender Cap: 23
    • House Coordinator: Gibson Donnan ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 38
    • Single Rooms: 20
    • Double Rooms: 9
    • 60% Gender Cap: 23
    • House Coordinator: Spencer Allyn ’20

    Tyler offers two grand living rooms on the first floor, and a nice kitchen. Most rooms in Tyler have hardwood floors and ample closet space — some even have old fireplaces which are now decorative. Students who live in Tyler will use Tyler Annex’s laundry facilities, but a covered walkway makes the trip easier. Tyler is close to Tyler Annex, Thompson, and Mission Park.

  • Tyler Annex

    Tyler Annex

    Tyler House Annex

    • Street Address: 185 Park Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 11,734
    • Dodd Neighborhood
    • Tyler Annex Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 40
    • Single Rooms: 40
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 24
    • House Coordinator: Anna Cuellar-Parajon ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 40
    • Single Rooms: 40
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • 60% Gender Cap: 24
    • House Coordinator: Rebecca Duncan ’20

    Tyler Annex offers nice common areas and a kitchen on the first floor. Bathrooms are semi-private, shared only by two people each. Tyler Annex offers a view of a small forested area beyond a nice lawn on the north side of the building (deer often graze on the local greenery there). Tyler Annex is next to Tyler House, and close to Thompson Hall and Mission Park.

  • West

    West

    West College

    • Street Address: 931 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Footage: 16,296
    • Spencer Neighborhood
    • West Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 47
    • Single Rooms: 36
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • Flex Rooms: 9 (7 used as singles; 2 [207 & 210] used as doubles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 28
    • House Coordinator: Quan Do ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 45
    • Single Rooms: 36
    • Double Rooms: 0
    • Flex Rooms: 9 (all used as singles)
    • 60% Gender Cap: 27
    • House Coordinator: Ashish Solanki ’19

    West is the oldest building on the Williams College campus, originally built in 1790. West boasts comfortable rooms, hardwood floors, a nice kitchen, and a large living room. West is located in the center of campus, near Spring Street, the Paresky Center, and the science complex.

  • Wood

    Wood

    Hamilton B. Wood House

    • Street Address: 1039 Main Street
    • Total Approximate Square Feet: 16,320
    • Wood Neighborhood Hub House
    • Wood Floorplans

    2016-2017 Info

    • Total Beds: 29
    • Single Rooms: 23
    • Double Rooms: 3
    • 60% Gender Cap: 17
    • House Coordinator: Roberto Cellini ’19

    2017-2018 Info

    • Total Beds: 29
    • Single Rooms: 23
    • Double Rooms: 3
    • 60% Gender Cap: 17
    • House Coordinator: Anna Leonard ’19

    Wood House offers two beautiful living rooms on the first floor, as well as a study in the back, and a kitchen. The basement has a common space used for events and recreation space. Wood is located on the corner of Main Street and South Street, and is close to the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, Perry House, Garfield House, and the Greylock Quad.