Residential Housing offers a unique experience for students who choose to live on campus. Like the classroom environment, Lasell prides itself on having small residential communities. The residential system is comprised of 26 residential buildings. They are in three distinct categories: traditional residence halls, suite-style housing and residence houses.
Housing Options and Designations
- Quiet Study
Students choosing to live in quiet/study housing agree to maintain a quiet environment conducive to studying. 24-hour quiet hours will be in effect between 7 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Friday. Weekends will have a combination of quiet and courtesy hours. Quiet hours are those times when there will be no unreasonable noise. Courtesy hours are those times when excessive noise will not be allowed.
- Community Service
Students choosing to live in the community service house agree to participate in house community meets and complete a number of community service hours each semester. All service house guidelines are established by the Center for Community-Based Learning.
- Coeducational Housing
Student assigned coeducational housing will live in a community of female and male students. Residential Buildings will be coed either by wing, by floor, by quad and by suite. All bathrooms are designated for either male or female use.
- All Female Housing
Students who select or are assigned all female housing, must accompany male guest at all time and any male guests must be approved by all roommates before visiting an all female building.
- No Alcohol Permitted Buildings
Students residing in "dry" housing will not be permitted to have alcoholic beverages or empty alcohol containers in the building. This guideline is applied equally to all students living in the building regardless of age; and to all students entering these buildings regardless of age and place of residence.
If you have questions, please call the Office of Student Affairs at (617) 243-2124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Residential Life