Forest Hall is one of the largest buildings on campus and houses a large number of our first-year students.
Upon entering this hall, you can easily sense the energy and liveliness happening all around. First-year students living here are placed in single, double, triple, or quad rooms. There also is a lounge on the first floor, which students often use to study, watch movies, and socialize with their peers.
Forest is home to the Living Entrepreneurship and Living Social Change first-year living-learning communities. It’s staffed by six resident assistants (RAs) and an area director who oversees the day-to-day operation of the residence hall and provides direct supervision to their RA staff.
Area Director: Adam Hoeg
Room and Hall Features
$4,378–$5,149 per semester
Number of Floors:
Single, double, triple, quad (room layouts and square footage will vary)
Loftable bed (extra-long twin), dresser, desk, desk chair, bookshelf, closet/wardrobe, blinds/shade, trash can, recycling bin. Furniture cannot be removed.
Gender specific by hall/wing
Gender-specific community bathrooms (showers, toilets, sinks)
Building and Room Access: Babson College ID card to access building and room key to access room. Residents must sign for the room key upon arrival on campus.
Trash/Recycling Room: Residents are responsible for disposing of all personal trash and recycling in the receptacles provided in the hallway.