Our campus features six residential areas, from the First-Year Quad areas that surround our iconic main campus quadrangle to our most recent residence halls along the Greenway, a 12-acre natural corridor featuring footpaths through gardens, seating areas, and outdoor recreation and performance spaces.
Learn About Our Residential Areas
First-Year Quad East
This area, located to the east of the campus’ main quad, comprises Charles Pratt, James, and Stearns residence halls. Learn More
First-Year Quad West
This area, located to the east of the campus’ main quad, comprises, Appleton, North, South, and Williston residence halls. Learn More
This area surrounds is north of the main quad and surrounds Valentine Dining Hall, Noah Webster Circle, and the First-Year Quad. Learn More
Greenways, King, Wieland
We designed these halls around convenient and useful outdoor spaces that emphasizes student recreation. Learn More
North Campus stretches from residence halls along College Street to those above the Emily Dickinson Museum. Learn More
These halls are closest to downtown Amherst, offereing the most convenient location to area shops and restaurants. Learn More
You can also explore campus by following our self-guided online virtual tour, access our interactive campus map, download a print campus map, or pick up printed copies of our campus map and our “Exploring Amherst” self-guided tour booklet from the visitor box outside the front door of Amherst's Wilson Admission Center.