Residence Halls

From traditional residence halls to architecturally significant buildings, our students 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 our 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."

First-Year Housing

Hunt Hall

Modern and situated close to academic buildings, Hunt Hall houses first-year and upper-level students in triples and quads with private bathrooms. Hunt is co-ed, with male and female suites on each floor.

Miley Hall

An active and friendly residence hall, Miley Hall houses first-year students in traditional, corridor-style double rooms. Miley is co-ed by floor, with males on the first floor and females on the second and third floors.

Reefe Hall

Modern and situated close to academic buildings, Reefe Hall houses first-year students in doubles, triples and quads with private bathrooms. Reefe is co-ed, with male and female suites on each floor.

Walgreen Hall

Located adjacent to Miley Hall, Walgreen Hall houses first-year students in suite-style living arrangements. Walgreen is co-ed, with male and female suites scattered throughout each floor.

Upper-Level Housing

134 Webster St.

134 Webster St. accommodates upper-level students in apartment-style housing. This co-ed residence includes three apartments, each with its own common room and kitchen.

204 Ruggles Ave.

 204 Ruggles Ave. houses upper-level students. This historic home accommodates eight students in a mix of singles and doubles, which share a common room and kitchen.

26 Lawrence Ave.

26 Lawrence Ave. houses upper-level students. A 1950s ranch home, this all-female residence accommodates eight students in a mix of singles, doubles and triples.

74 Victoria Ave.

74 Victoria Ave. houses upper-level students. A 1950s ranch home with a common room and kitchen, this residence accommodates five students in a mix of singles and doubles.

80 Victoria Ave.

80 Victoria Ave. houses upper-level students. A 1950s ranch home with a common room and kitchen, this residence accommodates five students in a mix of singles and doubles.

87 Victoria Ave.

87 Victoria Ave. houses upper-level students. An 1890s ranch home with a common room and kitchen, this residence accommodates nine students in a mix of singles, doubles and quads.

Carnlough Cottage

Carnlough Cottage is home to the Language House living learning community, which provides upper-level students with a French or Spanish immersion experience.

Carolyn House

Carolyn House is home to the Multicultural House living learning community, which promotes the understanding of differences, celebrates diversity and shares unique experiences.

Fairlawn Apartments

Fairlawn Apartments houses upper-level students. This co-ed residence accommodates 22 students in five apartments, each with a mix of singles, doubles and triples.

French Cottage

Situated along Ruggles Avenue, French Cottage houses upper-level students. This residence accommodates eight students in a mix of doubles and quads, which share a common room and kitchen.

Graystone Cottages

Graystone Cottages houses upper-level students. Built in 2008, this co-ed residence accommodates 36 students in seven apartments, each with a mix of singles, doubles and triples.

Moore Hall

Situated close to academic buildings, historic Moore Hall houses upper-level students. This co-ed residence hall is quaint and welcoming, with male and female rooms scattered throughout each floor.

Narragansett I and II

Located near campus on Ward Avenue, Narragansett I and II accommodate upper-level students. Built in the late 1800s, these cottages accommodate 10 students in double rooms.

Narragansett Hall

Located on the edge of campus, Narragansett Hall houses upper-level students. This co-ed residence hall has a friendly atmosphere, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the building.

Nethercliffe

Located along Ruggles Avenue, Nethercliffe houses upper-level students. This residence accommodates 38 students in nine apartments, each with a mix of singles, doubles and triples.

Nethercliffe Carriage House

Located along Ruggles Avenue, Nethercliffe Carriage House accommodates upper-level students in three apartments, each with a mix of singles, doubles and triples.

Ochre Lodge

Ochre Lodge is home to the Multicultural House living learning community, which promotes the understanding of differences, celebrates diversity and shares unique experiences.

Stoneacre

Nestled on the edge of campus along Ruggles Avenue, Stoneacre houses upper-level students. This co-ed carriage house accommodates 24 students in six apartments.

The Hedges

Situated in a residential area of campus, The Hedges accommodates upper-level students. Built in the 1890s, this residence houses 16 students in doubles, triples and quads.

Wallace Hall

Nestled on the edge of campus along Ruggles Avenue, Wallace Hall houses upper-level students. Wallace is co-ed, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the residence.

William Watts Sherman House

William Watts Sherman House accommodates upper-level students. A classic Gilded Age cottage with major historical significance, this co-ed residence hall is full of character.

Young Building

Situated on the edge of campus along Bellevue Avenue, Young Building houses upper-level students. Young is co-ed, with male and female rooms scattered throughout the residence.