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University Hall

University Hall
University Hall suite living room
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Opened in 2013 and housing 411 students, University Hall is Westfield State's newest residential hall.  The hall's common areas include a large multi-purpose space on the first floor, study lounges at the end of each wing, and beautiful study/social spaces in the five-story archway that looks out over the campus green.

Along with suite kitchenettes, each floor has its own full-size kitchen for students to cook, or to hang out while watching television and getting some studying done.  Two elevators are located at the end of the east wing and a game room is right across the hall on the first floor.  The laundry room is located directly across from the game room and includes several high efficiency washers and dryers (only high efficiency detergent should be used with the washers).


Room Sizes
  • 4- and 6-person suites
  • Common Area - 12' x 18'6"
  • Single Room - 9'4" x 12'

  • Double Room - 10'9" x 16'2"

  • Wide Double Room - 12' x 14'7"

Suite Amenities
  • Air conditioning

  • Private bathrooms (one in 4-person unites, two in 6-person unites)

  • Kitchenettes

  • Large bay windows in the living room areas


John Zocco
John Zocco, M.Ed.

Meet the Area Coordinator

John Zocc, M.Ed.

Office located behind the check-in desk
jzocco@westfield.ma.edu
413.579.3275

Education

  • M.Ed., Student Personnel Administration, Springfield College
  • B.A., Computer Science and Marketing, Assumption College

John is in his 6th year as a Residence Director at Westfield State University and his second as the Housing Coordinator. He is excited to keep working in the downtown community and to find ways to connect the surrounding community and residents. John comes to Westfield after spending three years as an Area Coordinator at the University of New England in Biddeford, ME.

John earned his Masters of Education in Student Personnel Administration from Springfield College where he worked in the Residence Life Office at Springfield College. Before Springfield College he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and Marketing from Assumption College. In his free time John enjoys working with and learning about new technology and his photography hobby. He also serves as a Leadership Instructor for the Student Leadership Training Program.


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