Welcome to Gorman Hall
As part of the cluster with Gorman Hall and Wheeler Hall, Gorman Hall is a multi-year community, which is designed to provide sophomores, juniors, and seniors with enriching experiences, autonomy and self-discovery, continued learning and connections with a diverse group of UMass Amherst students.
90 Butterfield Terrace
Amherst, MA 01003-9202
For more information about mail, check the Residential Service Desk.
Residential Service Desk
Brett Service Desk
- RFYE residence hall
- Coed residence located in Central
- Lounges on all floors
- Classroom on the ground floor
- Kitchen located on first floor - useful for break housing periods when dining options are limited
- Laundry facility
- Vending machines
- Single, bunkable, or loftable beds (80" long x 36" wide)
- Desks and chairs
- Wardrobe / closets
- Recycling bins
Residential First-Year Experience
Gorman Hall is a part of the Residential First-Year Experience (RFYE). RFYE halls are designed as living-learning communities where first-year students can engage with their peers around common interests and pursuits. First-year halls offer intentional staffing and support to assist students in their transition to the University.
Break Housing (9-month)
Gorman will be the First-Year Break Housing Option. As a Break Housing Hall, Gorman has a large population of international students and Resident Assistants. Gorman is also adjacent to the International Programs Office (IPO). Students who specifically requested Break Housing accommodations will automatically be charged the Break Housing Rate. Students who did not specifically request Break Housing will be expected to vacate during Thanksgiving, Wintersession, and Spring Break periods. Gorman residents who wish to remain over break periods can contact Residential Life Student Services to make a request. Students who are approved will be billed the additional $300 per semester break housing fee. For more information about Break Housing Costs please visit Housing Costs.
Learn more about the history of Gorman Hall.
For any Residential Life-related questions, contact the Residential Life Assignments Office at (413) 545-2100 or visit Whitmore Administration Building, Room 235. During the academic year, you can also contact your Residence Director who can provide more information about resources, support, events, and opportunities to get involved within the community.