Maywood Street Hall is physically the largest residence hall on campus with approximately 225 residents and several Resident Advisers. Maywood is the only residence hall on campus that is comprised entirely of suites. Maywood is home to Seniors, Juniors, and some sophomore students and as the name implies, is located along Maywood Street on the the south side of the campus. Maywood Street Hall is within a short walk of Dana Commons, Carlson Hall, the Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center, the Lasry Center for Bioscience, and the Higgins University Center.
Maywood Street Hall features a wealth of shared common space, including study lounges on each floor, a large social lounge on the first floor, and a large laundry facility on the basement level. Maywood Street Hall also features four complete kitchenettes on each of its upper floors.
Each of Maywood Street Hall’s five occupied floors has a variety of suites, almost all unique in shape and varying in occupancy. Twenty-six suites house six people in either three double rooms or two doubles and two single rooms. Fifteen suites house four people in one double and two single rooms. Each suite resembles an apartment with a separate entry door, a common living room, and a shared suite bathroom. Regardless of layout, each room is equipped with beds and mattresses (extra long twins), desks, chairs, bookshelves, built in closets, and chest of drawers. Also provided are cable, ethernet, and wifi.
Please note because of the nearly endless variety of room sizes and shapes in the suites, we cannot provide specific or even general room dimensions.
Clark University students can view a floor plan for Maywood Street Hall by clicking here.
Bathrooms and showers are in each suite. The number of toilets and showers depend on the number of students in a given suite. There are no public bathrooms.