Opened in 1972, Lammers Hall houses 320 first-year students 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.
- Double w/Hallway -11' 4" X 9' 5"
- Double w/o Hallway - 11' 4" X 9' 5"
Quad- 16' 6" X 15' 8"
Single - 9' 11" X 10'
Clusters of 12-14 rooms with shared kitchens, lounges and bathrooms
High-efficiency washers & dryers
Wi-Fi and wired internet access with streaming cable service
Every student room includes:
- A bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet for each student
- Loft-able beds providing up to 42" of storage space underneath
- A shared Microfridge unit (combo microwave/mini-fridge)
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.