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Lammers Hall

Lammers Hall
Lammers Hall lobby with games
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Opened in 1972, Lammers Hall houses 320 students from all class years in single, double, and quad style rooms.  The laundry room is located in the basement and includes several high efficiency washers and dryers (only high efficiency detergent should be used).  Vending machines are located on both sides of the first floor.

Room Sizes
  • Double w/Hallway -
  • Double w/o Hallway - 16' 6" X 15' 8"
  • Triple - 11' 4" X 9' 5"

  • Single - 9' 11" X 10'

  • Clusters of 12-14 rooms with shared kitchens, lounges and bathrooms

  • High efficiency washers & dryers

  • Vending machines

Costs (per semester)

Chad Hickman

Chad Hickman, M.Ed.

Meet the Residence Director

Chad Hickman, M.Ed.

Located off the Lammers Hall main lobby
(413) 572-5533


  • M.Ed., Higher Education Counseling, Youngtown State University.
  • B.S., Business Administration, Youngtown State University.

Chad is a new addition to our residential life staff and hails from the Midwest (Ohio) originally.  His previous roles include Assistant Director of Residence Education at Presbyterian College in South Carolina, Resident Director at Thiel College in Pennsylvania, and Graduate Assistant in Career Services at Youngstown State University in Ohio.  Youngstown State University is also where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Master’s degree in Higher Education Counseling.  In his spare time he likes to spend time with his wife Kate, be active outdoors, play video games, watch Netflix, and eat good food. 

Residence Hall History

Lammers Hall was opened in 1972.  It is named for Tess Lammers, faculty member and administrator at Westfield State University from the 1920's to the 1960's.

In 1996, a renovation of Lammers Hall created eleven new student bedrooms and resulted in locating the Career Services and Counseling Center offices in the A-1 section of the hall.

Additional renovations in 2002 and 2003 included fire suppression system upgrades, carpeting, lighting, and a complete remodeling of the Main Lobby.

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