New Girls Dorm to Honor NSFG Alumna
Chairman of the Board John Hazen White ’76, Head of School Robert W. Hill III, and the Board of Trustees have unanimously voted to name the new girls dormitory, now under construction, after Northampton School for Girls alumna Emily McFadon Vincent ’49. This dedication recognizes decades of commitment to the school by Emily and her husband, Bob. Ground has officially been broken and construction begun on the dorm, which will be home to 40 students and four faculty families, and will open in September 2020. Follow the construction on our webcam.
When open, the dormitory will complete development of the new Residential Quad across Park Street from the main campus. Based upon the school’s strategic plan, the goals of this project have been to centralize where students and faculty live on campus, create more community space, and enhance the quality of student and faculty housing. Read more about the various stages of the project below.
Virtual Tour of the New Residential Quad
To get a sense of what our new Residential Quad is (and will be) like, take the fly-through tour at left. You begin by crossing Park Street from the Main Quad, then see the outside and inside of our new boys dormitory, the John Hazen White House. Plus, you’ll get a sneak peek of the next dorm to be built.
Construction Time Lapse
Watch a time-lapse video of the construction of the John Hazen White House. The dorm is the first part of the larger initiative to build a new residential quad.
4 Ways the Residential Quad Positions Williston for the Future
New faculty homes attract experienced Williston faculty to be dorm parents and draw talented new faculty to Easthampton
Stronger student programming: New spaces allow freshman to build social ties and confidence through grade-specific gatherings, discussion groups, and residential life activities
Campus safety improved: More than 80 students have been moved from campus housing across a busy street to a safe modern, centralized space
Two dorms and 60,000 square feet of green space will become the central courtyard for the school, with indoor and outdoor gathering spaces for students, faculty, and alumni
Thanks to donations from generous alumni and parents, Williston has recently made many campus improvements, from new lighting to added energy efficiency to a new terrace in front of Ford Hall. Read more about completed construction and renovation projects at the link below.
Help Us Build Community
Many generous alumni have helped us launch the new Residential Quad that’s taking shape on the Williston campus. If you’d also like to be a part of helping shape the school’s future, there are many ways to get involved. To discuss ways you can contribute, please contact our Advancement Staff at (800) 469-4559.