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  • North Campus Residence Hall

This 120,00 square-foot, LEED certified facility is our newest residence hall! Opening for fall 2009 on the north end of campus, this 350-bed residence hall offers on-campus apartment and suite style living to our upperclassmen. Boasting a chic and trendy look and beautiful views of the Mt Hope Bay, the North Campus Residence Hall also offers students several study areas, a retail/cafe (with Dunkin' Donuts coffee) and plenty of lounge space. With an open common room on the first floor (complete with billiards and ping-pong tables, as well as plenty of couches, tables, and large-screen TV), this building is ready to make you feel comfortable living on campus as an upperclassman. The Great Room, located on the second floor, and all of the corridor spaces offer several areas where you can comfortably relax, study, or just hang out with your friends. It’s also our only residence hall built with a classroom and a jam room. So if you want to study, have band practice, or just sit around talking – this is the residence hall for you!

We offer several different housing options, from 1 person efficiency apartments to 10 person suites. Take a look at the floor plans below to see what’s best for you!

Individual suite/apartment design/layout:

Individual floor layouts:

Color Guide:

  • Aqua - 10 Person Suite
  • Blue - 6 Person Suite
  • Green - RA Room
  • Gold - 4 Person, 2 Bedroom Apartment
  • Yellow - 1 Person Efficiency Apartment
  • Orange - 6 Person, 3 Bedroom Apartment
  • Red - 3 Person, 1 Bedroom Apartment

Individual Floors with Room Numbers: Please increase the pdf size to 75% to zoom in and scroll across the page.

The staff of North Campus Residence Hall is comprised of one Coordinator of Residence Education (CORE), one Head Resident Assistant (HRA), and 9 Resident Assistants (RA). The Coordinator of Residence Education serves to oversee the day-to-day operation of the complex, including supervision of the residence hall staff. There are either 1 or 2 RA’s per wing depending of the number of residents residing in that wing.

A Message from CORE Racheal:

Hi everyone! My name is Racheal Pozerski and I am the new CORE for North Campus Residence Hall (NCRH). This is my first year at Roger Williams and I am looking forward to having a great year and helping foster a NCRH community. Prior to coming to Roger Williams, I completed a Masters program at Northeastern University in Boston, MA and received my M.S. in College Student Development and Counseling. Before graduate school, I completed my Bachelor’s at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI and received a degree in Business Administration. Over the past few years, I have focused on working in residential settings, LGBTQ issues and outreach, student conduct, multicultural leadership, and creating intersectional spaces. In my spare time, I enjoy exploring new areas for photography and good food, hiking and camping, cooking, and Netflix. I am looking forward to getting to know new and returning residents and I hope to meet you all soon.