Whether you live on campus or commute here daily, our goal is to create a learning and living environment where all students can share their strengths, and be accepted—and appreciated—for what makes them different. We want you to feel comfortable with who you are, where you are, and be excited by what each day brings. We know big challenges are in your future—let Wheelock’s Office of Residence Life help you take care of the little day-to-day to things.
Wheelock’s six residence halls offer unique living environments, varying in size, types of rooms, designations as co-educational or single-sex halls, and traditions. The unique characteristics of the halls are ensured through residence self-government, which allows house members to determine rules and regulations for their own community.
Commuting students—who comprise 30% of our student population—are an integral part of our community, both in the classroom and across campus. Through the Commuter Council and our other clubs, non-resident students can create, plan, and run events, developing leadership skills along the way. Between classes, there are many places to hang out, including the newly renovated Commuter Lounge.