Walgreen Hall

Opened in 2003, Walgreen Hall accommodates first-year students in suite-style living arrangements and also contains a wing dedicated to administrative office space for Career Development, Multicultural Affairs and Residence Life. Housing up to 11 students, each suite in Walgreen Hall shares a bathroom. All floors are co-ed by suite, and residents share the laundry room with Miley Hall.

Walgreen was designed by local architect John Grosvenor and built by Farrar & Associates of Newport. In 2013, it was dedicated in honor of University benefactors Kathleen B. and Charles R. Walgreen.

Just the Facts

    • Suite-style housing
    • Room options: doubles, triples and quads
    • Amenities: en-suite bathrooms
    • Room and board

Building Type: First Year Housing