Rendering of student housing along a residential street

A key component of the College’s existing strategic plans, the multi-year, phased Student Life and Housing Plan will improve the student residential experience, create more equity in student housing, establish Black and multicultural centers, and invest in a new Student Health and Counseling Center to better support students’ mental and physical wellness.

Key Objectives of the Plan

  • Create more equitable residential living and learning spaces on campus in both condition and quality
  • Establish community spaces to support interest and cultural housing programs and build community among our diverse student populations
  • Invest in a new Student Health and Counseling Center (SHAC) facility that meets evolving student needs and expectations and is appropriately located to serve the campus community
  • Update or replace houses that do not meet current housing and efficiency standards, including those that were built for single families, not student residential living
  • Make progress toward a goal of 20% townhouse/house-style living options
  • Reduce the Northfield Option to 55 students or fewer
  • Realize goals from the 2012 Strategic Plan and 2014 Facilities Master Plan

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