Residence Life

College Residence Halls A-F

Halls A-F were built in 1972 and house college level students. Each hall contain three
floors and each floor has four double and eight single occupancy rooms.

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Floor Plan
A-F Residence Hall Floor Plan

Features

  • Single (9' x 10') and double (10' x 13') occupancy rooms
  • Resident Assistant lives on each floor
  • Full-time maintenance and housekeeping staff
  • Centralized hall phone
  • Utilities include basic cable TV service and Ethernet computer connections (for access to campus network and Internet) in each room
  • In a single room: twin bed (standard length), desk (24" x 42"), chair, dresser and wardrobe, window blinds, sink and mirror. Window dimensions are 34 1/2" x  92".
  • In a double room: each resident will have a twin bed (standard length), desk (24" x 42"), chair, dresser, shared window blinds, sink and mirror, and built-in closet
  • Individual room-controlled heating and cooling units
  • Central laundry room, kitchen and lounge
  • Tile floor

Special Interest Housing in Halls E & F
To support the different artistic and wellness needs of our students, there are a variety of
housing options.

  • All Male: The first floor of Residence Hall E houses only male students.
  • All Female: The second floor of Residence Hall E houses only female students.
  • Quiet Community: The third floor of Residence Hall E is for students requesting an environment where Quiet Hours are observed 24 hours a day except for arts practice. Arts practice in rooms will be permitted only from noon to 8 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
  • Responsible Living: The first floor of Residence Hall F focuses on all aspects of healthy living and social responsibility. It is set aside for those wishing to reside in a substance-free residence hall, explore holistic wellness and engage in activities that center around social justice issues.  
  • First-Year Experience: The second floor of Residence Hall F is dedicated to supporting first year students as they transition from high school to college by focusing on academic support skills, community connections and personal wellness through intentional programming.
  • @Home in NC: The third floor of Residence Hall F focuses on supporting out-of-state students as they adjust to a new culture, academic environment and the UNCSA campus community within the unique state of North Carolina.