Most single, first-year students live in on-campus residence halls. Tuck offers comfortable, state-of-the art residential facilities designed with mature students and executives in mind. Our residence halls have private spaces as well as public spaces for use by the entire Tuck community.
Application forms for on-campus housing are sent to admitted students before arrival at Tuck.
Tuck's newest residence halls include residential rooms, study and conference rooms, a library, common kitchens, laundry room, and lounges. It also includes a large common space with fireplace, sofas, and ample room to relax or study. A balcony, open in warmer months, has deck chairs, tables, and a view of the Connecticut River.
Home to first-year students, Whittemore Hall includes furnished rooms in clusters with shared living room, kitchenette, and other amenities. A variety of spaces in these buildings are shared by the Tuck community, including the Great Hall with its large fireplace and comfortable seating. The residence also includes, lounges, a pool table, reception areas, study rooms, and an exercise facility with lockers, showers, and changing rooms. The McCormack Courtyard, facing the Connecticut River, is an attractive place to sit in the warmer months.