Residence Halls: First-Year Halls

Residence Halls: First-Year Halls

Burnap Hall

Room Dimensions: 15′x12′ avg.
Room Sq. Ft.: 180 sq ft. avg.
Capacity: double rooms and 3 three-person rooms
Population: 90 students
Gender: Co-ed by floor
Year Built: 1970

Description:
Located at the northern end of campus next to Hurley Hall, Burnap Hall houses up to 90 men and women in two and three-person rooms. Each room has a bed, desk, chair, and a closet/dresser unit for each resident. Each floor has a TV lounge, laundry, bathroom, and shower facilities. Vending machines and a pool table are available in the lobby area. Burnap Residents are required to purchase the Silver meal plan but may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Single room layout | Double room layout | Triple room layout
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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-4109
Hall Director: (860) 465-5380

Burr Hall

Room Dimensions: 13.6′x13.4′ avg.
Room Sq. Ft.: 220 sq ft. avg. (including closet)
Capacity: 3 person rooms
Population: 115 students
Gender: Co-ed by floor
Year Built: 1919

Description:
This hall houses approximately 115 students in primarily three person rooms. Burr is located on the south side of campus next to Shafer Hall. A PC/Study room, exercise room and study lounge is available on the ground floor. There is a large living room, the Sophie Jenkins Lounge, with multimedia capability. Burr Hall also has vending machines, laundry facilities, and an exercise room available. Burr residents are required to purchase the Silver meal plan but may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Double room layout | Triple room layout
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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-5202
Hall Director: (860) 465-5241

Constitution Hall

Room Dimensions: 19′ 4″ x 9′ 9″ avg.
Room Sq. Ft.: 185 avg.
Capacity: four person units, double rooms
Population: 250 students
Gender: Co-ed by suite
Year Built: 2004

Description:
Constitution Hall is located in the center of campus and is part of the South Residential Village complex. Constitution houses 250 men and women in four person suites. Each suite includes two double bedrooms, a bathroom, a vanity area with two sinks, and central heat/air conditioning. Constitution is also equipped with PC Labs/Study lounges on the 2nd – 5th floors, a game room, a meeting room, an exercise room and laundry facilities. Students living in Constitution Hall are required to purchase the Silver meal plan but may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Constitution Hall is home to the following theme housing communities: First-Year Honors Scholars and Quiet/Substance Free.

4-person suite layout
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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-0155
Hall Director: (860) 465-1010

Crandall Hall

Room Dimensions: 15′x12′ avg.
Room Sq. Ft.: 180 sq ft. avg.
Capacity: double rooms and 3 three-person rooms
Population: 90 students
Gender: Co-ed by floor
Year Built: 1970

Description:
Located at the northern end of campus next to Hurley Hall, Crandall Hall houses 90 men and women in two and three person rooms. Each room has a bed, desk, chair, and a closet/dresser unit for each resident. Each floor has a TV lounge, laundry, bathroom, and shower facilities. Vending machines and a pool table are available in the lobby area. Crandall Residents are required to purchase the Silver meal plan but may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Single room layout | Double room layout | Triple room layout
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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-4089
Hall Director: (860) 465-5357

Mead Hall

Bedroom Dimensions: 15’6″ x 11’6″ sq. ft.
Suite Sq. Ft.: 790 sq ft. avg. for entire suite, 180 sq ft. avg. for bedroom
Capacity: five person suites (one two-person & one three-person bedroom)
Population: 381 students
Gender: Co-ed by suite
Year Built: 1999

Description:
Mead Hall houses 381 men and women (first-year and transfer students) in five person suites , one two-person bedroom and one three-person bedroom. Each suite has a common living area, one private bathroom, and central heat and air conditioning. The bedrooms are furnished with beds, study desks, dressers, desk chairs, built-in closets, and windows with blinds. Mead Hall is  equipped with laundry facilities, an exercise room, a game room with a pool table, ping pong and air hockey tables,  and a computer/study lounge, all located on the ground floor. Vending facilities and TV lounges are available throughout the building. Mead Hall residents are required to purchase the Silver meal plan but may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Mead Hall is home to the following theme housing communities: Transfer Transition (T3) and First-Year Residential Experience (FYRE).

5-person suite layout
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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-0701
Hall Director: (860) 465-0703
Hall Director: (860) 465-0704

Winthrop Hall

Room Dimensions: 13’9″x11′ avg. for two person room
Room Sq. Ft.: 150 sq ft. avg. for two person room
Capacity: single and double rooms
Population: 75 students
Gender: Co-ed by floor
Year Built: 1958

Description:
Winthrop houses  75 men and women in two person rooms and one three person room. The small population promotes a strong community in the hall. Located at the center of the campus, Winthrop is equipped with a computer lab, gaming area, TV lounges, vending machines, and laundry facilities. Winthrop residents are required to purchase the Silver meal plan and may elect to purchase the Gold meal plan. Smoking is not permitted in any of the residence halls.

Double room layout | Triple room layout

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Contact Information
Office: (860) 465-0079
Hall Director: (860) 465-5249

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