Housing at Williams is varied – from charming ivy-covered former fraternity houses to the modern, award-winning Mission Park dormitory complex. Many residential buildings have suitable spaces for informal meetings.
Most rooms at Williams are singles with shared baths. Most residences have a common room with a television and laundry facilities. No residence halls at Williams are air conditioned.
Residential entrance doors are automatically locked and can only be accessed with a security code or swipe card. A visit to the campus will help you decide which type of housing is best for your group.
Most groups choose a package entitling them to three meals a day, served cafeteria style in Williams’ dining halls. For lunch and dinner there is a choice of three entrees (one vegetarian), accompanying side dishes, a varied salad bar, beverages, and dessert.
For Special Functions
If you’re planning to create something special, be it a lobster bake or appetizer extravaganza, we will work with you to plan a most memorable event. This could include a reception on the porch of one of our stately rowhouses or a formal banquet at our elegant Faculty/Alumni House.
In the event you decide to dine off campus for any meals, Williamstown offers many fine restaurants and cafes. Our office has a helpful restaurant guide and menu books to assist you with planning.