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Boston College’s spring housing selection this year offers rising juniors and seniors more choice of living accommodations than they’ve enjoyed in years past. That’s because a brand-new five-floor student residence at 2150 Commonwealth Avenue (former site of More Hall), and a newly renovated, 17-floor former apartment building at 2000 Commonwealth Avenue are both scheduled to open this fall. Each houses four-bed and six-bed suites and a range of amenities including study lounges, rooms dedicated to reflection and quiet study, and common areas.

Students registering for fall 2016 housing can learn more about housing application deadlines here.


New Boston College residence halls by the numbers

2150 Commonwealth Avenue

  • Number of beds: 490
  • Resident Assistants (RAs): 14
  • Large first-floor commons 
  • First-floor seminar room   
  • Music practice rooms: 3  
  • Study lounges per floor: 2 to 4
  • Social lounge on each floor 
  • Four-bed and six-bed apartments

2000 Commonwealth Avenue

  • Number of beds: 540
  • Resident Assistants (RAs): 15
  • Newly renovated first-floor lobby
  • Second-floor lounge with patio 
  • Seventeenth-floor study lounge and reflection room (with views of Chestnut Hill Reservoir)
  • Two-, three-, and four-bed apartments