Greetings from the Office of Housing and Residential Life!
The residence halls at Husson University are more than just a place to eat and sleep; they are your “home away from home.” Our goal is to provide not only a safe and clean living environment, but one in which you will become engaged in activities within your hall as well as interacting with other students. We believe this will facilitate your individual development and enhance your connection to the residential community as well as the University. The staff, working in conjunction with the students, strives to provide such opportunities. Please seek out your Resident Assistant to discover how many opportunities exist to become involved!
While living in the residence halls, students will be exposed to lifestyles, beliefs, attitudes, and even values that may be different from your own. Each student will be challenged to be open-minded on these differences and use it as an opportunity not only to learn about others, but also one self. Whether you live in one of our three traditional residence halls or in the new Living and Learning Center, Husson University’s housing staff is committed to providing you with a quality residential experience.
On the main campus (Bangor), we offer housing in four residence halls – Hart Hall, Carlisle Hall, and Bell Hall, as well as our newest building, the Edward O. and Mary Ellen Darling Living and Learning Center. Hart, Carlisle, and Bell Hall are considered “traditional” residence halls that include rooms to accommodate primarily two residents, although some rooms may be triples. The new Living and Learning Center, features suite-style living space for up to four residents per unit. All of the residence halls are located adjacent to one another and in close proximity to the main academic building, Peabody Hall. Several dining options are available near the residential halls as well. A wide variety of meals are available 7 days a week at the Dickerman Dining Center, or for those that prefer to dine on a different schedule, the Eagle Grab and Go, Cressy's Marketplace, or Willey's Cafe offers several dining options. For more information on dining at Husson University, follow this link.
Please be sure to check out our “FAQ” page for more information about Husson’s housing options.
Housing for Graduate Students
A limited number of spaces may be available in the residence halls during the academic year. Students who attend only during the summer sessions may be accommodated in a residence hall.
Off-campus rooms and apartments are available in Bangor and the surrounding communities. Living accommodations are scarce, however, so the student is advised to arrange for housing in advance of initial enrollment.
All inquiries about residence hall spaces should be sent to the Director of Housing.
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||105 Peabody Hall
1 College Circle
Bangor, ME 04401
Once again, Welcome to Husson University!