Residential Living

Traditional Residence Halls – traditional residence halls offer a wonderful environment in which students can learn about the campus, get to know many other students, and share the residential living experience with their peers.  Traditional residence halls consist primarily of double and triple rooms, with a limited number of singles and quads, and most students living in traditional residence halls will make use of shared, common bathrooms (that are specifically designated for either males or females ).  Most first-year students will be assigned to traditional residence halls.  

Contemporary Residence Halls – contemporary residence halls consist of quads, made up of two double rooms connected by a bathroom shared by the four residents.

Suite-Style Residence Hall – suite-style residence halls consist of two or four bedrooms, along with a common living area, a small kitchenette, and one or two bathrooms.

Change of Residence Room

Definition of Residency

Housing Options

Housing During Break Periods

Policies and Procedures

The college reserves the right of members of the Student Affairs/Residential Life staff, the Campus Police staff, and the Plant Operations staff to enter rooms at any time deemed necessary for reasons of health, safety, maintenance and/or if there is reason to believe that a violation of college policy or local, state, or federal law is being committed.

Students are responsible for following all policies for residence outlined in this Handbook. Lasell reserves the right to terminate a student's privilege to live on campus if he/she violates hall policies and/or acceptable standards of community behavior. Lasell reserves the right to require counseling as a condition to remain in housing under certain circumstances.

Room Occupancy

Room Selection for Returning Students

Roommate Relationship

Senior Week Note