555 Huntington Avenue
“Triple 5” is home to 364 residential students, and also houses Wentworth’s Center for Community and Learning Partnerships. The 58 suites range in occupancy from five to nine residents in single, double, and triple bedrooms.
- Suites: Apartments include a living room/dining room, kitchen, and one or two bathrooms depending on size. Some suites have both a dining area and a breakfast bar with stools.
- Amenities: There are student lounges on each floor; each lounge has a different arrangement: some with drafting tables, small round tables or a pool table. Triple 5 also features a state-of-the-art laundry facility in the basement, study space and a vending area.
- Food: Although residents have a full kitchen, they are also required to have one of three meal plans offered by the Office of Housing and Residential Life. Unless otherwise selected, students will automatically be given the lowest level plan of $395 per academic semester, as noted on their housing agreement.
- Staffing: Residents are supported by eight live-in paraprofessional resident assistants. They are overseen by a live-in professional resident director who is also responsible for the day-to-day operations of the facility and enforcing policy. The resident director hires office assistants as Federal Work Study positions, which are typically filled during the first two weeks of each semester. If you are eligible for Federal Work Study and interested in working in the residence, visit Student Employment and Work Study for more information.
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