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Apartment Complex

Apartment Complex
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Opened in 1975, the Apartment Complex is Westfield State University's first ever apartment housing and is comprised of three buildings (Welch, Seymour, and Conlin) in the shape of a horseshoe which creates a courtyard for students to use.  Home to 270 residents, the hall houses sophomores, juniors, and seniors in 6-person apartments.

The laundry area and mailboxes for Apartment Complex residents, as well as the staff offices, are located at the south end of the Dickinson Commons Room and were added when the Apartment Complex was constructed.


Room Sizes
  • 6-person apartments
  • Front Single - 12' 5" X 7' 4"
  • Back Single - 10' 7" X 7' 7"

  • Front Double - 15' 7" X 10' 9"

  • Back Double - 15' 7" X 10' 9"

Apartment Amenities
  • Two of the student apartments are accessible for students with special needs.

Costs (per semester)
  • Single Room - $4,625
  • Double Room - $4185

Meet the Area Coordinator

Allison Gagne
Allison Gagne

Allison Gagne, M.Ed

Located off the Dickinson Common Room
agagne@westfield.ma.edu
(413) 572-5453

Education

  • M.Ed, Education in Higher Education Administration/Student Affairs, Univeristy of Massachusetts
  • B.A., Elementary and Special Education, River College

Allison is the Area Coordinator for the Apartment Complex, and also oversees Dickinson and Scanlon Halls. She has been at Westfield State University since July 2011, serving as the Residence Director for both Davis and University Halls.

Allison received her B.A. in Elementary and Special Education from Rivier College in NH, and then moved to Houston, TX where she spent three years volunteering at a foster care agency. Just prior to her time at WSU, Allison served as an Assistant Residence Director and earned her Masters of Education in Higher Education Administration/Student Affairs at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Allison is an avid Red Sox fan and loves baking and decorating cakes, and recently reignited her love-hate relationship with running.


 

Residence Hall History

The Apartment Complex opened in 1975. The three buildings within the Apartment Complex are named after three long-time college administrators:

  • Francis Conlin - Building 1 facing Juniper Park School
  • Ceil Seymour - Building 2 facing Western Avenue
  • Edward Welch - Building 3 facing Scanlon Hall

Two of the student apartments are accessible for students with special needs. The laundry area and mailboxes for Apartment Complex residents, as well as the staff offices, are located at the south end of the Dickinson Commons Room and were added when the Apartment Complex was constructed. The courtyard area was redesigned in the early 1980s and the entire Apartment Complex received a comprehensive $2.6 million renovation in 2000-2001.

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