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Where Is It?

East Campus

What Are the Room Choices?

Doubles and quads

Number of Residents:


Why Live Here?

If you want to check out intramural sports or join a fitness class, the Campus Recreation Center is just across the street. The Tsongas Center, home of the UMass Lowell River Hawk Hockey team, and LeLacheur Park, home of the UMass Lowell River Hawk Baseball team, are both an easy walk away. There are study rooms on each floor.


Fox Hall offers a state-of-the-art, all-you-care-to-eat location with over 10 stations for creating made to order meals with fresh, from scratch ingredients.

Where Can I Eat?

Fox Hall, located right across the street, houses the largest dining facility on campus, Fox Dining Commons. Features include pasta and salad bars, a sauté station where you can customize your own meal and Rowdy's Roadhouse, which serves pub-style food. You can also stop by the P.O.D. Market for grab & go meals, snacks, and supplies or Rowdy's for a quick meal - on the first floor of Fox in The Common, our late night programming space.

Getting Around and Parking

Students can park in the East Campus garage located right next to Bourgeois Hall. The campus buses stop right in front of Bourgeois Hall continuously throughout the day.

Did You Know?

Bourgeois Hall, built in 1969, is named for Homer Bourgeois, a prominent Lowell banker and philanthropist who donated the funds to build the residence hall.

The Buzz

"I love living in Bourgeois because I've been able to make a lot of friends" - Jessica (Psychology Major)

"I love living in Bourgeois because there are always people around and fun things going on." - Pam (Business Major)

Check out the rooms in Leitch, Bourgeois and Donahue halls. Get directions to campus using our interactive campus maps.

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