Loring Residence Hall

Loring Hall, the School’s residence facility, is open for occupancy during the entire academic year, from early September through early June. During the months of June, July, and August a limited number of rooms are available. (Note that there are no meals served in August.)  Rooms are only available for Members of the School.  Priority for housing in Loring Hall is given to Fellows of the School and participants in the School’s Regular Program. Rooms not allotted to Fellows and Regular Members are available for occupancy by any other Member of the School under payment of additional fees for housing membership. Minimum residency is one week, and breakfast is included in the room fee. Most rooms are for single occupancy and include private bathrooms: double rooms and apartments are also available. Accessible rooms are available. Maid service is provided, and linens are changed weekly. Pets are not allowed in Loring Hall, and smoking is prohibited throughout the campus.

Application for rooms in Loring Hall should be made as far in advance as possible.
To request a room online, click here.

For additional questions, please contact the Residence Manager.

To request a room, click here


Additional fees for membership inclusive of housing in Loring Hall are the following:

  Week Month Academic year
  Student Member Senior Member Student Member Senior Member Student Member Senior Member

Single Room







Double Room











1 person: $1,800

2 persons: $2,000


1 person: $10,800

2 persons: $12,000

Building Accessibility Information

Loring Hall provides a wheelchair accessible room, two elevators, and multiple accessible routes. Click here for a downloadable plan of the facility. Please note that the Residence Hall includes "Loring Hall" and the "Annex," as well as "McCredie House."

Wheelchair access is available at the East side of Loring Hall by means of the gate across from the entrance to the ASCSA at 54 Souidias (at 61 Souidias). Outdoor lifts provide access to the first floor of Loring Hall through its East door. Elevators in Loring Hall provide access to all levels of the building, including to gymnasium in the Basement and the accessible rooms on the Second Floor. N.B.: Both the East and West entrances of Loring Hall feature one small threshold step and the doors do not open automatically.

Continuing out the West doors of Loring Hall, wheelchair users also have direct access to the first floor of the Annex, with an elevator that provides access from here to all levels of the Annex, including the Basement with laundry facilities and additional storage. N.B.: The door to the Annex does not open automatically and the second floor of the Annex features two steps between the level of the elevator and the level of the rooms on that floor.