Rose William Hall (Rose) is an ideal housing choice as a first year student. Living in the largest residence hall, the focus in Rose William Hall is to help familiarize you with our community so that you make the jump from high school to college a great experience. Resident Advisors (RA's) on every floor are there to help you connect with other students and to get you involved on campus.
Built in 1964, Rose houses up to 180 students on three floors and is located closest to the college center. Men and women live on separate wings on each floor, sharing a large family-room styled common area and kitchen with microwave, fridge and sink. There is a large common room area on the 1st floor with a wide flat-screen television for you and your friends to watch events together. The Rose William floor plan can be found here: Rose William Floor Plan.
"Living in Rose is like living in a huge house and having over 100 brothers and sisters around the same age living with you. It's awesome"
Residence Hall Type
Single gender by wing, coed building
Approximately 180 students
Singles and doubles
Refrigerator and Microwave on each floor
Washers and Dryers in basement, $1.50 per load
Bunkable, regular twin sized
Double: 15ft x 12 ft, Single: 12ft x 9ft
Bed, desk, desk chair drawer set, wardrobe and/or closet space
For additional information contact the Office of Residence Life.
We are a private Catholic coeducational liberal arts college founded in 1928 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, Massachusetts. Elms College is located in Chicopee, Massachusetts, and grants associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.