Nathan R. Miller Hall

Opened August 2003, the Nathan R. Miller residence hall houses a total of 345 students on small floors (either 19 or 23 residents). The hall is co-ed, comprising doubles and a small number of singles arranged in “clusters.” A cluster is a set of two rooms with a shared bathroom. A small number of quad rooms, with a private bathroom, are also available.

This 19-story high-rise building is just steps from the Massachusetts State House, Boston Common, and other historic and cultural attractions. Lounge spaces on its upper floors offer an ideal view of the sunset over the city skyline. Miller Hall features exercise rooms and on-site laundry facilities.

About 85 percent of the bedrooms in the building are for two people (doubles). Single rooms, which are priced at a higher rate, are available to new students on a very limited basis. Approximately 30 percent of incoming students will be assigned to Miller Hall.



There are double, triple, and quad bedrooms in the building. Each bedroom houses two, three, or four students who share a bathroom. Residents are responsible for maintaining the bathroom, including providing supplies and cleaning the bathroom.


Most rooms at Miller Hall are a part of a suite. A Miller Hall suite comprises two rooms that share an adjoining bathroom. Most suites consist of two double rooms housing four or five students each, although there are a few suites that have one double and one single, both of which house three students.

Welcome to Miller Hall