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Traditional Residence Halls

Primarily designed for first year students, our traditional residence halls include common areas and lounges, communal kitchens and bathrooms, and shared laundry facilities.

  • Alhambra
     
    Alhambra Outside
    a view of the alhambra hall
    This all-female residence is the oldest building on campus.

    Built in 1750, this converted summer home is the oldest building on campus. The residence is open to female students in any year of undergraduate study.  Alhambra includes a variety of room options, from single bedrooms to double- and triple-occupancy.

    Residence details:
    • Common laundry
    • Shared kitchen and bathrooms
    • Common area/lounge
  • Bayview Hall
    Bayview Hall Outside
    Bayview Outside 2
    Built in 2005, Bayview is a modern, co-ed residence hall.

    Bayview Hall is a co-ed residence hall that includes spaces for students in either double, triple, or quadruple occupancy, all with private bathrooms. Bayview is also home to our Keys to Degrees students and their children.

    Residence details:
    • Common laundry
    • Shared kitchen and bathrooms
    • Common area/lounge
  • Beacon Hall
    a view of the beacon hall
    Just a short walk to the beach, Beacon Hall is a co-ed residence hall.

    Set on the edge of campus with views of the sprawling lawn and easy access to Mingo Beach, Beacon Hall is a co-ed residence hall with double and triple rooming options.

    Residence details:
    • Co-ed
    • Doubles and triples
    • Common laundry, kitchen, bathrooms, and lounge
  • Birchmont Hall
    a view of the birchmont hall
    Birchmont Hall is a converted residence that overlooks the ocean.

    With views of Mingo Beach and a porch with sweeping views of the Atlantic, Birchmont Hall is a residence that features a kitchen, lounge, and semi-private rooms.

    Residence details:
    • All female
    • Upperclass hall
    • Doubles
    • Common laundry, kitchen, semi-private bathrooms, and lounge
  • Brindle Hall
    a view of the brindle hall
    Brindle Hall was renovated in 2016 with new ocean-facing common rooms.

    Brindle Hall is a co-ed, first year residence hall just a short walk away from Endicott Beach. Brindle Hall includes a variety of room options, from single bedrooms to double- and triple-occupancy.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Majority doubles and triples
    • Common laundry, kitchen, bathrooms, and lounge
  • Endicott Hall
    a view of the endicott hall
    Adjacent to Brindle Hall, this three-story, first-year residence hall is a short walk from the beach.

    Endicott Hall features suites with shared, connecting bathrooms and common laundry, kitchen, and lounge areas. Each suite contains two bedrooms, which are triple-occupancy.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
  • Peter Frates Hall
    an aerial view of the peter frates hall
    a view of the peter frates hall
    Dedicated to Peter Frates, who inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS research

    Opened in 2016, Peter Frates Hall is a co-ed, first-year residence hall with triple- and quadruple-occupancy rooming options. It neighbors are Endicott Hall and Brindle Hall, which are also first-year residence options. 

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Triples and quads
    • Common bathrooms, laundry, and lounge
  • Hale Hall
    a view of the hale hall
    Hale Hall is an upper-class-only healthy living community.

    Located adjacent to Frates Hall, Hale Hall is an upper-class-only residence designed for healthy lifestyles.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Singles and doubles with semi-private bathrooms
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
  • Hamilton Hall
    a view of the hamilton house
    Hamilton Hall is a first-year healthy living community.

    Hamilton Hall is an oceanfront residence hall open to first-year students who choose a healthy lifestyle. Located in a converted Dutch colonial house, Hamilton Hall is a nontraditional residence, just steps from the beach.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Singles, doubles, triples, and quads
    • Common laundry, kitchen, semi-private bathrooms, and lounge
    • Shares a lawn that overlooks the ocean with Wenham Hall
  • Marblehead Hall
    a view of the marblehead hall
    an inside view of the marblehead hall
    The four-story, 260-bed Marblehead Hall was built in 2011 and has many amenities, including a fitness center.

    Marblehead Hall shares a quadrangle with Bayview and Stoneridge Halls. It includes spacious lounges, kitchenettes on every floor, study nooks, and a fitness center.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Mainly doubles with private bathrooms
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
    • Common fitness room
  • Reynolds Hall
    a view of the reynolds residence hall housing
    Reynolds Hall is a converted Victorian mansion named for one of Endicott's first trustees, Grace Morrison Reynolds.

    The co-ed, first-year Reynolds Hall offers common laundry, kitchen, and lounge space. Located in a converted property dating back to 1900, this communal living space provides a unique first-year experience.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Mainly doubles and triples; a few singles and quads
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
    • Private, semi-private, and common bathrooms
  • Rogers Hall
    a view of the rogers residence hall housing
    A quaint residence hall named for Marguerite Rogers, former head of the secretarial program and College bursar.

    Rogers Hall was enlarged in 1957 and features double-occupancy rooms in a co-ed environment. Nestled next to Alhambra and Hawthorne Halls, Rogers Hall offers shaded outdoor space for reading or relaxing.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Doubles
    • Common laundry, kitchen, bathrooms, and lounge
  • Stoneridge Hall
    a view of the stoneridge residence hall housing
    Constructed in 2002, Stoneridge is a modern, eco-friendly facility.

    Stoneridge Hall features a plethora of green elements, including a water refill station, bicycle parking, high efficiency appliances, and recycling facilities.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Doubles and triples with private bathrooms; some suites
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
  • Trexler Hall
    a view of the trexler hall
    an inside view of the trexler hall
    Originally a stable, Trexler Hall is a unique co-ed student residence.

    Trexler Hall offers single-, double-, and triple-occupancy rooms. Featuring a recently renovated common room, laundry facilities, and a kitchen, this co-ed residence is conveniently located next to College Hall.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Singles, doubles, and triples
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
  • Wenham Hall
    a view of the wenham residence hall housing
    an inside view of the wenham residence hall housing
    An oceanfront healthy living community

    With a vast lawn that stretches to the ocean, Wenham Hall is not your average first-year residence hall. A former carriage house and stable, the building was renovated in 2009 to make room for Endicott's growing student population.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • All first-year students
    • Doubles with private bathrooms
    • Common laundry, kitchen, and lounge
  • Winthrop Hall
    a view of the winthrop residence hall housing
    An historic property dating back to the 1800s featuring an oceanfront deck

    With a vast lawn, ocean views, and a deck overlooking the ocean, Winthrop Hall is a unique residence hall. Named after the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the co-ed space offers a variety of rooming options and common laundry and lounge spaces.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Singles, doubles, triples, and quads
    • Common laundry and lounge
    • Private, semi-private, and common bathrooms

Suite-Style Residence Halls

Endicott's suite-style residences vary in occupancy, but all suites include kitchen facilities, private bathrooms, and a lounge area. Explore the options.

  • Gloucester Hall
    a view of the gloucester hall
    Gloucester Hall features apartment-style living for juniors and seniors.

    This co-ed residence building contains eight air-conditioned, fully equipped units. Each suite in Gloucester Hall sleeps up to five students and contains two or three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and private bath.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Five-person suites with a double and a triple
  • Hawthorne Hall
    a view of the hawthorne house
    Built in 2008, this residence hall houses 60 students in suite-style pods.

    Suites in Hawthorne Hall are fully equipped with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The co-ed, apartment-style living includes common laundry and lounge areas as well as close proximity to Mingo Beach.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Eight, ten, and twelve-person suites, all doubles within each suite
    • Common laundry and lounges
  • Kennedy Hall
    a view of the kennedy hall
    Centrally-located Kennedy Hall is nestled between the Callahan Center and Hempstead Stadium.

    Kennedy Hall is the place to be if you want to be in the middle of campus. This co-ed, 100-bed apartment complex includes four-person suites, which have galley kitchens, living rooms, and either two or three bedrooms.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Majority four-person suites
  • Manchester Hall
    a view of the manchester hall
    Junior and senior apartment-style housing

    Containing eight air-conditioned units each of which include two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and private bath. Manchester Hall is close to everything on campus!

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Five person suites with a double and a triple
  • Standish Hall
    a view of the standish residence hall housing
    an inside view of the standish residence hall housing
    The highly sought after, apartment-style residence hall, is primarily open to seniors.

    Standish Hall is a 52-unit building that houses 294 students in apartments. With priority given to seniors, Standish Hall units have two or three bedrooms, a living room, private bath, and full kitchen.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Mostly senior living
    • Singles and Doubles within suites
    • Each suite comes with its own laundry machines
  • Tower Hall
    a view of a large house with a tower
    Suite-style living, right next to the Manninen Center for the Arts.

    The fully renovated Tower Hall is a co-ed residence building with suite-style units available for up to seven residents. Close proximity to the Manninen Center and Halle Library make this the perfect spot for students studying the arts.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Four to seven person suites with singles, doubles, and triples
  • The Village
    a view of a tan colored house
    A series of modular units comprise "The Village."

    Nestled beside Stoneridge Hall lies a cluster of modular housing units. Each unit in The Village houses four students, with a kitchenette, living room, bathroom, and two bedrooms.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Four person suites with two doubles
  • Williston
    a view of the williston residence hall housing
    Townhouse living in the heart of a college campus

    Each townhouse in Williston has three bedrooms, a living room, dining room, and kitchen. Williston is situated in close proximity to all of Endicott's athletic facilities.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Six person suites with three double rooms
  • Woodside Hall
    a view of the woodside resident hall housing
    A townhouse complex for upperclass students

    The six units of the Woodside Hall complex each contain five single bedrooms, providing a convenient and private residence option.

    Residence Details:
    • Co-ed
    • Five person suites of all singles

Houses

Students may opt to live in converted houses with full access to kitchens, laundry, and lounges.

  • Cliff House
    a view of a gray colored house
    a view of a gray colored house
    A cozy residence for graduate students

    This Cape Cod-style house, which contains three double-occupancy rooms, is a housing option for Endicott's graduate students. The Cliff House is short walk, or even shorter drive, from the Van Loan School's Beverly campus.

    Residence Details:
    • Graduate students
    • Three double rooms
  • Essex House
    a view of a bright colored house
    a view of a bright colored house
    A family-style residence hall that sleeps 12

    The Essex House is currently available to graduate students only. The house accommodates up to 12 students in either single- or double-occupancy bedrooms. The house includes a kitchen, living room, and common area.

    Residence Details:
    • Graduate students
    • Singles and doubles
  • Farm House
    a view of a tan colored farm house
    Conveniently located on Hale Street

    Built in 1820s, Farm House is one of the oldest buildings on campus. With four bedrooms, Farm House is a small residence hall that sleeps up to eight.

    Residence Details:
    • Two doubles and two singles
  • Ledge House
    a view of a tan colored house
    An upperclass residence on Hale Street

    With five single-occupancy bedrooms, Ledge House is available to upperclass students only.


    Residence Details:
    • Five singles
  • Rockport House
    a view of the rockport house
    A residential house on Hale Street

    The Rockport House was obtained by Endicott in 2003. It is a residential house located on Hale Street.


    Residence Details:
    • Single and two doubles