All halls are air-conditioned with high-speed Internet access. Computers, laptops, and tablets must be provided by the individual residents, along with all necessary cables.
All of the halls are smoke-free, as we are a tobacco-free campus, and each hall has laundry facilities free to residential students throughout the academic year.
Greensboro Hall: All-Female
Greensboro Hall houses approximately 85 women on three floors. First-floor rooms are set up suite style with some private bathrooms. The second and third floors have community bathrooms. Lofts may be constructed in all rooms in Greensboro, but a loft application must be approved before move-in. Typical room dimensions in Greensboro are 12 feet wide by 12 feet deep with a private entryway and walk-in closet. Rooms include a desk area, sink, and one dresser per student.
Hill Hall: Co-ed
Hill Hall houses more than 250 men and women on four floors. All rooms in Hill are situated suite style. The third floor houses Honors-program residents. Hill also has two, general-use study lounges. Typical dimensions in Hill are 12 feet wide by 19 feet deep with a bathroom adjoining the neighboring room. A desk for each student is provided.
West Hall: All-Male
West Hall houses 175 men on three floors with community-style bathrooms. West has a small recreation room with a ping-pong table. Lofts may be constructed in West Hall after a loft application has been submitted and approved. Typical dimensions in West Hall are 11 feet wide by 18 feet deep.
Residential living is a unique experience. Your hall is a place where you will find opportunities to grow as a person, test and learn new skills, and discover the importance of being part of a community. You will probably see yourself differently when the year is over. You will make new friends, rediscover old ones, and hopefully realize that life holds many possibilities. We hope that the changes and experiences you have in the residence halls will be positive ones, which will enhance your self-confidence and help you achieve independence.As part of that independence, each individual hall will be working together to establish community living standards. These standards will help determine how each hall will manage itself. Halls will meet on a regular basis to discuss issues, define the community living standards, and process any problems that might arise. You and your fellow residents will be accountable and responsible to each other for the standards set by the hall. If there are things on your hall that you would like to see handled differently, or you think that other members of your hall are not upholding the standards you set as a hall, it will be your responsibility as a community to discuss these issues. Community living standards will not replace the student conduct code or residence life policies, but will instead work in conjunction with them to help make each hall a unique home environment for the students who live there.
Resident Life Contact
John Felton, Director of Residence Life
336-272-7102, ext. 5391