Leicester Residence Halls

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.

Hampshire Hall

Hampshire Hall

Berkshire Hall

Berkshire Hall

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

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

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

Lane Hall

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

May House

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

Susan E. Knight Hall

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

Winslow Hall

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.