- 4- and 6-person apartments
- Single - 10' 5" X 9'
- Double - 20' 6" X 9' 7"
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Opened in 2005, New Hall houses 403 sophomore, junior and senior students in single and double rooms found within 4- and 6-person apartments. The laundry room is located on the first floor just off the main lobby. It includes several high efficiency washers and dryers (only high efficiency detergent should be used in the washers). Vending machines are located in the laundry room as well as on each floor of the building.
New Hall is made up of 4- and 6-person apartments. Full kitchens, private bathrooms (one in 4-person units, two in 6-person units), and large bay windows in the living room areas are among the amenities.
Common areas include a main lounge equipped with a plasma television and one mailbox per student; a multi-purpose room suitable for a variety of academic and social uses; floor television lounges and study rooms; two elevators for student use; and a recreation room.
A unique feature of New Hall is the glass “bridge” that connects the residential areas on the second and third floors.
Private bathrooms (one in 4-person units, two in 6-person units)
No meal plan required
Located in New Hall
This is Jamie’s fourth year at Westfield State University where he is currently serving the role of Area Coordinator. Jamie started at Westfield State University as a Residence Director in Scanlon Hall. Prior to coming to Westfield State, Jamie was an Assistant Residence Director at Endicott College. Before moving into the field of Student Affairs, Jamie worked in the mental health field, specifically with at risk youth. Jamie was born in Somerville Massachusetts but grew up in Phoenix Arizona. He is a graduate of Endicott College where he studied Psychology with a consummate interest in social psychology. When not working, Jamie enjoys traveling, especially internationally. Jamie has backpacked Europe three times and has been to over fifteen countries. He also enjoys all things outdoors such as hiking, biking, kayaking, backpacking, snowboarding, and golfing.