Name a Dorm Room After Your Favorite Musician

Name a dorm room in Berklee's new campus tower at 160 Massachusetts Avenue

Berklee College of Music invites you to join us in naming all of the dorm rooms in Berklee's new campus building at 160 Massachusetts Avenue after musicians we admire.

With a qualifying gift to the Berklee Fund*, you can name a room for the musical artist of your choosing–if they're still available!

* A gift of $1,000 qualifies for a room on floors 5–13; a gift of $2,000 qualifies for a room on floors 14–16. All honorees can only be chosen once and are subject to approval. Honorees must align with Berklee’s atmosphere of mutual respect. Please limit your submission to one artist or band honoree per room. Rooms will remain named for a minimum of 10 years.

Is My First Choice of Honoree Available?

Existing Named Spaces in 160 Massachusetts Ave.

Please do not name a dorm room after one of these honorees, as they already have a dedicated spot in the 160 building:

Alan Dawson
Bill Leavitt
C.F. Martin
Carole King

Donna McElroy

Elvis Presley
Everett "Dean" Earl
Herb Pomeroy

James Brown
Jeronimas Kacinskas

Jimi Hendrix
Joe Viola
John Bavicchi
John LaPorta

John Stewart

Paco de Lucía
Robin Coxe-Yeldham
Terry Becker Boyle
 

Existing Named Dorm Rooms in 160 Massachusetts Ave.

The honorees below already have a dorm room named after them. Berklee will not name multiple dorm rooms after the same honoree.