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Shared Residence Hall at Emmanuel

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 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 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 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 Shared Residence Hall at Emmanuel 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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