Continuing Undergraduate Housing
Spaces for undergraduate students that are not first-year buildings. Continuing undergraduate students may also be eligible for special interest housing.
Traditional Residence Halls (Sophomore Only)
West Hall is located uphill on the academic quad. It predominantly houses sophomore students in a mixture of single, double, triple and quad rooms. The Quad rooms can be 2 double rooms with a shared common area, or an open space housing four students. West is conveniently close to the Residential Quad near the Carmichael Dining Hall and steps away from Ballou Hall.
*formerly Carpenter House
Simpson House is the second of two buildings for our Substance Free housing program housing all class years. It is located across from Carmichael Hall and the Carmichael Dining Hall. This building holds a mixture of class years participating in the Substance Free housing program. *Newly updated as of Summer 2023!*
Harleston Hall, once known as South Hall, is located downhill next to basketball courts, tennis courts, and the Ellis Oval with an adjacent student parking lot. It traditionally houses sophomore students in a variety of room types such as single and double rooms, with a small number of triples. Harleston Hall also has access to single-use restrooms throughout the building, and is within walking distance to the Mayer Campus Center.
Haskell Hall is located downhill, opposite Tilton Hall. It is next to the Dewick-MacPhie Dining Hall, and also near Hodgdon Take-Out. It predominantly houses sophomore students in suite-style spaces with shared communal restrooms and common areas. Each suite is made up of a variety of single and double rooms, housing up to 10 students per suite.
Lewis Hall is located downhill between Tilton Hall and Hodgdon Hall. The Crafts Center is located in the basement of Lewis Hall. Lewis is made up of single, double, and triple rooms with shared common areas at the end of each corridor. A spacious common room is available for student programs and study.
Stratton Hall is located downhill, directly across from Cohen Auditorium and Jackson Gymnasium. Within walking distance from the Mayer Campus Center and Dewick-MacPhie Dining Center, Stratton Hall predominantly houses sophomore students in single, double, and triple rooms.
Wren Hall is located uphill, next to the Granoff Family Hillel Center and directly across from Carmichael Dining Hall and student parking spaces. It predominantly houses sophomore students in suite-style spaces with shared communal restrooms and common areas. Each suite is made up of a variety of single and double rooms, housing up to 10 students per suite.
Apartment Style (Sophomores*, Juniors, and Seniors)
CoHo (Community Housing) is Tufts' newest housing option for juniors and seniors. Located just behind Wren Hall (between Capen St Ext and Boston Ave), this group of woodframe houses is home to 137 students.