Fisher College has five residence halls:
- 102 Beacon Street (Sarah Mortimer Hall)
- 104/106 Beacon Street (Robert Smith Hall)
- 112/114/116 Beacon Street (Edmund Florence Hall)
- 131/133 Beacon Street (Carty Hall)
- Stuart Street
Each hall houses 50 to 80 students. Halls contain a mix single, double, triple, and quadruple occupancy rooms.
Why live on campus?
- Living on campus with Housing and Residential Life puts you in the center of the Fisher College community.
- Research indicates that living on campus is one of the strongest influences on successful completion of an undergraduate degree.
- Our experience has been that off-campus living is about accommodations. Off-campus vendors are strictly in the business of renting accommodations, though many have recently attempted to mimic on-campus offerings without the same results. Housing and Residential Life is committed to creating a student-centered environment that supports both personal and academic development.
- Professional staff and student leaders live and work in each residence hall. Recreational activities, leadership opportunities, referrals to support services, and a listening ear are just a few benefits of living on campus.