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Where is it?
What are the room choices?
Doubles and quads
Number of residents:
Why Live Here?
Leitch Hall is the Stem House on campus. It's also in the heart of East Campus, UMass Lowell's residential campus. If you want to check out intramurals or join a fitness class, the Campus Recreation Center is just across the street.
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 Commons, the University's largest dining facility, is located right across the street.
Getting Around and Parking:
Parking is made easy with the East Campus parking garage, and the campus buses stop regularly right in front of Leitch Hall.
Did you know?
Leitch Hall was fully renovated in fall 2014 and houses the Lion's Den common room, where students hang out every day. It's a great place to meet for a group project and go to an awesome social program your RA is having! It also has living rooms and study rooms on each floor.
"Living in Leitch Hall is amazing. I have never met a group of people so dedicated to their job as the Leitch Hall Residence Life staff members. They are always kind and supportive; looking for ways to help you as much as they can. They truly make living and learning in Leitch Hall an excellent experience." - Edward Silva
"Being a freshman at UMass Lowell living on campus is the best experience a student can get. I currently live in Leitch Hall and the staff in this building are better than any first year student could ask for. The Resident Advisors are simply the kindest, most knowledgeable and caring people on campus. My RA has been there to talk to me when I have had any trouble in my life, whether it is entirely convenient or not for her. I am so glad I decided to live on campus because it is simply the best choice a student here at Lowell can make." – Becca Woundy
Check out the rooms in Leitch, Bourgeois and Donahue halls. Get directions to campus using our interactive Google campus maps.