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New Residence Hall

At MCPHS, we are focused on meeting the diverse needs of our students, including providing cutting-edge residential housing options to incoming first-year students. 

As part of our long-term partnership with Emmanuel College, students at MCPHS enjoy access to a brand new residence hall. Both institutions are members of the Colleges of the Fenway, a consortium of five colleges in the Fenway area, which has a long history of collaboration on academic and student housing initiatives.

The new residence hall is an 18-story tower featuring contemporary apartment-style living spaces. The 692-bed student residence houses both Emmanuel and MCPHS students.

The new residence hall includes full kitchens, which enable residents to prepare meals for themselves and others. Individual units provide students with a setting for cultivating a close group of friends within a broader campus community.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh has applauded this new residence hall project as an important step toward an initiative to provide more on-campus housing for college students in Boston.

Highlights of the new residence hall include:

  • Two-bedroom apartments that house four people, each with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a full kitchen, a living room, and a washer-dryer
  • Single apartments with a full kitchen, living room, and washer-dryer
  • A vibrant ground floor that will serve as a common area for the whole community, with a café, convenience store, dance and fitness centers, as well as study and gathering spaces
  • Energy-efficient windows, LED lighting and water-and energy-saving plumbing, heating, and cooling equipment
  • Outstanding views of the Fenway neighborhood and Boston

Five colleges. One great community.

MCPHS is part of the Colleges of the Fenway, a community of five colleges that includes 12,000 students, 225 clubs and organizations, and one thriving neighborhood.

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