Located at the center of the historic town of Leicester, Massachusetts, Becker College’s Leicester Campus offers two distinctive styles of living: Fully renovated 1800s Victorian-style houses or more traditional and contemporary residence halls.
Berkshire Hall and Hampshire Hall – Located adjacent to Alumni Field, Berkshire and Hampshire Halls are tucked away on the Leicester campus. Completed in 1969, each of these brick residence halls house 50 students. The three-story halls are co-ed by floor and possess a wonderful view of rural Leicester.
Barrett Hall – Barrett Hall is the newest Becker College residence hall in Leicester. The 8,000-square-foot, 40-bed upperclassmen residence hall has been built to ensure that students have modern, well-designed, on-campus housing. Barrett Hall residents live in modified suite-style units — a first for Becker — and in living arrangements that create a shared experience over two floors. The modified suite-style boasts two double rooms (each with own entrance to the hallway) connected through a shared bathroom. Barrett Hall is a Gender Inclusive Residence Hall.
Hitchcock Hall – Hitchcock Hall is located on Main Street, and lies between Lane Hall and Winslow Hall. The co-ed residence is a facility that houses 17 upperclassmen students and includes a kitchen with a stove, refrigerator, and microwave. Hitchcock Hall shares a large backyard with Lane Hall and Barrett Hall. You’ll also find a back porch and porch swing
Lane Hall – Located on Main Street adjacent to the 1812 House and Hitchcock Hall, this 1813 white-brick house is a fine example of Federal-style architecture. The hall houses 20 upperclassmen students and includes four quads. The first floor contains a bright common room, complete with a fireplace, window seats, couches, and cable television. A spiral staircase with handrail and banisters leads to the second floor. The hall also has a side deck that leads into a large backyard shared with Hitchcock Hall and Barrett Hall. Lane Hall is home to the Health & Wellness Living Learning Community.
May House – Formerly the home of the Reverend Samuel May, Jr, this historic co-ed residence hall is one of only a handful of homes authenticated as being a stop on the “Underground Railroad.” Housing 23 upperclassmen students, May House is also home to the Animal Welfare Living Learning Community.
Susan E. Knight Hall – A co-ed residence, Knight Hall houses 96 students in a traditional residence hall format of mostly double rooms and large shared bathrooms. Each floor has a large lounge with microwave, comfortable seating, and television. Knight is a favorite among first year students! The front entrance looks out over the town common.
Winslow Hall – Located on Main Street, adjacent to Hitchcock Hall, Winslow Hall is a co-ed residence that houses 22 upperclassmen students. Built in the late 1700s, a beautiful pillared entrance leads into a large, fully furnished common area. The hall has a kitchen complete with a stove, refrigerator, and microwave. Residents also enjoy a large side yard. Winslow Hall is a Gender Inclusive Residence Hall.