Blakeley Hall is The Fletcher School’s co-educational dormitory for single students or married students attending school without their spouse and children. Residence at Blakeley Hall is especially useful for students who cannot arrive early to look for housing or who do not want to commit to a 12-month lease (a requirement of most off-campus housing). Blakeley Hall is a non-smoking residential facility that houses 84 students.
Please note that priority for living in Blakeley Hall is given to those in our degree-seeking programs. We have a very small number of rooms allocated for exchange students. Others affiliated with The Fletcher School, including visiting fellows, cannot normally reside in the dorm unless space becomes available at the last minute.
Blakeley Hall was built in 1926 in a Georgian architectural style and is organized in three wings around a courtyard. Blakeley is located adjacent to the Fletcher academic buildings, providing easy access to classrooms, the Ginn Library, the Mugar Computer Lab, and the Mugar Café, as well as playing fields, tennis courts, and a softball diamond.