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Housing & Residential Services

Housing & Residential Services is fundamental in creating a vibrant on-campus living experience for students at Fitchburg State. 

Each resident is supported in finding their fit and sense of belonging. The housing program cultivates an environment that facilitates the “adulting” process inclusive of personal and professional development.

A wide array of building styles support each phase of development: traditional, suite, and apartment. The residence halls walk-in academic support services, life skill management and opportunities to collaborate and network within your immediate space are just a few of the value added components of the on-campus living experience. 


For occupancy agreement and rates, refer to our Living On Campus page

You may also wish to reference our Parking Services page for more information about where to park on campus.

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Contact Us

Contact Us

Let us answer any questions you might have!

Our office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We're located in the lower level of Aubuchon Hall, north side entrance (right side of the building).

Phone: 978.665.3219
Fax: 978.665.3573


Housing and Residential Services
Fitchburg State University
160 Pearl Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420


Christopher Medley

Administrative Assistant
Megan Carkin

Mara Village Area Coordinator
Kris Braun

Russell Towers Residence Director
Brandon Brideau

Aubuchon Hall Residence Director
Nate Knight

North Street Area/Cedar Street House/Simonds Hall Graduate Residence Director 
Ciara Rodriguez

Associate Director
Sean McNalley

Townhouse Apts.
Lixandra Numben

Work Clerk IV
Lisa Mirasolo

Housing Staff Goals and Outcomes

  • University members will be knowledgeable about parking policies and procedures
  • Student Staff will learn to engage in dialogue on diversity and inclusion 
  • Implement a high touch system to positively impact resident retention from the first to the second year
  • Residents who participate in the Residence Hall Association will develop professional and leadership skills
  • Provide an environment in the residence halls that is conducive to academic success
  • Create a housing inventory and pricing model to support a diverse offering of Residential Learning Communities, levels of credit classification and building styles, with a focus on promoting affordability, maximizing revenue, and accessibility to promote retention