Campus Housing

From traditional residence halls to architecturally significant buildings, students at Salve Regina have the opportunity to live in a variety of unique housing options situated throughout our historic campus. Ocean views, fireplaces and grand staircases are common features of the University's residential landscape.

Students residing on campus can easily access downtown Newport on foot or via public transportation. Steeped in history, diversity and religious tolerance, today's Newport is a tourist mecca, with shops, restaurants, museums, galleries and sporting events permeating this "City by the Sea."

Important Dates

February 25, 2015
Junior/senior room selection.

Spring break: March 7-15, 2015
Residence halls close at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 7 and reopen at noon Sunday, March 15.

March 17, 2015
Pell sophomore room selection.

Easter break: April 2-6, 2015
Residence halls close at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 2 and reopen at noon Monday, April 6.

April 28-29, 2015
Sophomore room selection.

End of the year closing
Students leave after their last final exam.

First Year Housing

First-year students live in our traditional residence halls, designed to help them meet classmates and get involved with activities.

Upperclassmen Housing

While some sophomores remain in our traditional residence halls, others live in cottages and historic homes scattered throughout the campus. As juniors and seniors, some students choose to live in on-campus apartments with full kitchens, while others reside in the nearby neighborhoods of Newport.