Randolph Center Residence Halls

Vermont Tech residence halls are all co-ed and each is wired with wireless high-speed internet and telephone. For more information, please review our Housing FAQs.


Morey Hall houses 137 students on the second and third floors. The first floor is the Morey Dining hall, making dinner time a short walk. Morey features long halls, with many rooms on each floor, as well as two large, spacious bathrooms. It also houses the offices of Student Affairs and the Student Council. Named in honor of Captain Samuel Morey, an early Vermont marine inventor, it was completed in 1966.


This three-story residence hall has three wings. Keenan is a quick walk from Morey Dining Hall. It houses a total of 161 students and was completed in 1968. The building was named in memory of the late Maurice Keenan, a member of the Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees until his death in 1965.


Nutting is situated closest to the SHAPE athletic facility and is the primary residence hall for first-year students.  Nutting Hall houses 170 students. It was completed in September of 1970 and honors the memory of William Nutting, who, upon graduation from Dartmouth in 1807, became the first head of Orange County Grammar School, the forerunner of Vermont Technical College.