Residence Halls and Houses
Undergraduate residence halls at Clark University are often referred to as being one of the following:
Bullock Hall, the Johnson Sanford Center, and Wright Hall all offer traditional university living, allowing first-year students to get to know each other better. Bullock and Wright Halls were extensively renovatied in 2010, and the Johnson Hall and Sanford Hall were renovated into the combined Johnson Sanford Center in 2012. Learn more
Most rooms in Bullock and Wright are doubles, with a few single rooms in each building. Each building is equipped with community bathrooms on each floor, one full kitchen, many social lounges, quiet study rooms, multimedia study rooms, and laundry facilities. The Johnson Sanford Center features a mix of Single, Double, and Triple rooms. All First-Year Housing is Traditional Lifestyle.
The University maintains two mixed-class, co-educational residence halls; Dana Hall, and Hughes Hall Hall. Both have single, double, and a few triple rooms. Traditional Lifestyle and Suite Lifestyle housing options are available. All floors have private bathrooms and most floors have kitchen facilities./p>
Currently the University offers single-sex housing for women in Dodd Hall. It has singles and doubles in a quad-style arrangement. Limited Apartment Lifestyle housing options are available for upper-class students in Dodd Hall as well. There are kitchenettes on each floor. Learn more
Maywood Street Hall is intended to house primarily junior and senior students. It is comprised entirely of 4-, 5-, or 6-person suites. Each suite resembles an apartment with a separate entry door, living room, and bathroom. All rooms in Maywood Street Hall are Suite Lifestyle.
Blackstone Hall is our newest residence hall and houses primarily junior and senior students. It is comprised entirely of 4- or 6-person apartments. Each apartment has a separate entry door, living room, bedrooms, and 1 to 1½ bathrooms. Blackstone Hall apartments feature ammonites not found in other campus properties, including central air conditioning, dishwashers, and corian counter tops. All rooms in Blackstone Hall are Apartment Lifestyle.
The University offers fourteen houses for undergraduate residence living. Some are structured like small residence halls and others offer apartment-style living. The houses are: 13 Beaver Street; 70 Florence Street; 906, 914, 926, 930, and 934 Main Street (graduate housing); 21 and 23 Maywood Street; 1 and 3 Maywood Place; 112 and 114 Woodland Street; and 157 Woodland Street.