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Ada Comstock Scholar & Graduate Housing

Exterior of Conway House

Ada Comstock Scholars have a variety of options for housing. In 150 Elm Street and 54 Green Street, each student has a single room, and the house residents share bathrooms, a kitchen and living room. Ada Comstock Scholars with children may also choose to live in an unfurnished apartment in Conway House.


Requesting On Campus Housing

To request on campus housing, Ada Comstock scholars must complete the Ada Comstock Residence Life Information Form once they have been accepted and paid their deposit to attend Smith College.

Returning Ada Comstock Scholars who want to request to live on campus must complete the Change of Housing Status Form the semester prior to wanting to live on campus. All Adas living on campus must be enrolled in at least 12 credits unless an exception has been granted by their class dean. For more information on housing for Ada Comstock Scholars please email reslife@smith.edu.


Ada Comstock Scholar Housing

54 Green Street

Located next to Ford Hall, this house is one of the nontraditional residential options for Ada Comstock Scholars.

150 Elm Street

A traditional-style house for 10 students, each student in 150 Elm has a single room and students share bathrooms, a living room and a kitchen.

Conway House

Conway House provides apartment-style housing for Ada Comstock students with families. It has eight two-bedroom units and two three-bedroom units. A common room provides a social place for students and their families to gather.


Ada Comstock Break Housing

Some Ada Comstock residential houses are open year-round while others are only open during the academic year. More information about break housing can be found on the Break Housing page.


Graduate Student Housing

44 Green Street

44 Green Street has mostly single rooms and three to four double rooms. It has a shared living room and full kitchen.

Henshaw A

Henshaw A provides housing for graduate students.


Off-Campus Housing Options

Rent Noho
P.O Box 844
19 Hawley Street
Northampton, MA 01060
Phone: 413-582-0300; Fax: 413-582-0248
Website: http://www.rentnoho.com
Servicing Northampton and surrounding areas (Florence, Holyoke, Amherst, Easthampton, South Hadley, Leeds, Haydenville, Hatfield, Chicopee and Cummington).

Laurel Ridge Apartments
328 Hatfield St.
Northampton MA 01060
Phone: 413-345-2768
Website: https://www.laurelridgeaptsma.com

Hathaway Farms Townhomes at Northampton
73 Barrett Street
Northampton MA 01060
Phone: 413-586-1405
Email: info@hathawayfarmstownhomes.com
Website: https://www.hathawayfarmstownhomes.com

Northampton Housing Center – Way Finders
155 Pleasant Street
Northampton, MA 01060
Phone: 413-233-2500; Fax: 413-586-3571
Hours: Monday–Friday, 1 a.m.–4 p.m.
Website: https://www.wayfinders.org

Rent.com
(Areas within 5–25 miles of Smith College)
Phone: 866-432-RENT
Website: http://www.rent.com
Servicing areas around Northampton: 

  • Within 5 miles: South Hadley
  • Within 15 miles: Chicopee, Westfield, Amherst, West Springfield, Holyoke
  • Within 25 miles: Agawam, Feeding Hills, Enfield, Southwick, Greenfield, Springfield and Ware

12-month lease with security deposit of one month’s rent. Renting start around: $650–$1,200+. Most of the areas have bus service to Northampton.

Rent-to-Own Homes in Massachusetts
Website: https://renttoownlabs.com/l/massachusetts
Search for rent-to-own properties in Massachusetts

Other Local Realtors

  • Taylor Real Estate - A family-owned real estate business serving the Greater Easthampton area (including Northampton) for more than 50 years. 413-527-3375 or info@taylorrealtors.net
  • Robinson Real Estate - Robinson Real Estate handles rentals only and has been serving Northampton since 1992. 413-584-9011

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