Hopkins Hall is an administrative and academic building containing the Dean's Office, Registrar, Security, Campus Life, and some classrooms, among other functions.

Mark Hopkins House is a student residence in the Greylock Quad.

Mark Hopkins (1802-1887) was a graduate of the class of 1824 and president of Williams College from 1836-1872.

Susie Hopkins House is a co-op in Dennison Park, near Weston Field.

Mark Hopkins Professor of Philosophy is a named academic chair.

Albert Hopkins (1807-1872) was the brother of Mark Hopkins, a member of the Class of 1826, and a professor at Williams for forty years.

Hopkins Forest is over 2000 acres owned by the college.