Residence Halls by Campus Location

residence halls by campus location

Housing facilities are smoke-free, have fire sprinkler systems, laundry facilities, microfridge, kitchens, Internet, TV, study lounges and AC.

Please note: beginning with the fall 2013 term, Bowen and Syme residence halls will allow 24-hour visitation.

East Campuseast campus

Our residence halls and apartments are more than buildings; they are living and learning centers. Many of the halls on East Campus have historic charm as they were built in the 1930s and 1940s. North Hall and Avent Ferry Complex were historic hotels turned into residence halls. Remnants of these hotels can still be found in the modern updates and architecture. Whether you want enjoy natural areas or be close to city happenings, East Campus is close to Pullen Park and Hillsborough Street allowing you to do both! 

Among the 10 residence halls that comprise East Campus, seven of them (BagwellBectonBerryGoldSymeWelch and Watauga) are located along Pullen Road (next to Pullen Park), providing easy access to a variety of outdoor opportunities. Two other facilities, Avent Ferry Complex and Wood Hall, are closer to Western Boulevard and Centennial Campus, and North Hall is located on Hillsborough Street. East Campus is home to the Honors Village, SAY Village, WOW Village and Wood Wellness Village.

Building Group Hall Name Living & Learning Villages Alcohol-Free 24-Hour Visitation Gender Loftable Beds Occupancy Room Setup Floors Elevators
  Avent Ferry     Coed   643 EB 3 to 6
  North     Coed 246 EB 6
  Watauga     Coed 101 Suite 5
  Wood Wood Wellness Bldg A only Coed 469 Suite 5 to 6  
The Quad Bagwell Honors Village Coed 162   3
Becton Honors Village Coed 209   4
Berry Honors Village Coed 60   4
The Triad Gold     Male 58   3  
Syme SAY Village   Coed 212   4  
Welch WOW Village   Female 58   3  

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central campus

Central Campus

Of the seven residence halls that comprise Central Campus, three (BowenCarrollMetcalf) are known as Tri-Towers, and the remaining four (TuckerOwen,Turlington and Alexander) are referred to as the TOTA area.

Central Campus is conveniently located next to a convenience store, the Talley Student Center, and across the street from Carmichael Complex and the Student Health Center. Central Campus is home to five living and learning communities (First Year College Village, Arts Village, Global Village, Impact Leadership Village and Engineering Village) where students with similar interests explore their passions and develop close-knit communities. With student staff members offering more than 800 programs each year, Central Campus is an energetic, involved community where students of diverse backgrounds make friends, have fun, learn together and excel both personally and academically. 

Building Group Hall Name Living & Learning Villages Alcohol-Free 24-Hour Visitation Gender Loftable Beds Occupancy Room Setup Floors Elevators
Tri-Towers Bowen Impact Leadership   Coed 312 Suite 9
Carroll Global Village Coed 351 Suite 10
Metcalf  Engineering Coed 416 Suite 12
TOTA Tucker First Year College Village   Coed 358   4  
Owen First Year College Village   Coed 376   4  
Turlington Arts Village Coed 161   3  
Alexander Global Village   Coed 163   3  

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West Campuswest campus

Home to the Women in Science & Engineering Village (WISE), University Scholars Village and EcoVillage, West Campus boasts state-of-the-art media, optional cable service, a great location central to historic Hillsborough Street and a variety of dining options.

Comprised of three residence halls (BragawLee and Sullivan), West Campus is conveniently located near the Student Services buildings, Witherspoon Student Center, Carmichael Complex and the Student Health Center. Fountain Dining Hall is adjacent to the residence halls of West Campus. For convenient snacks and supplies, Bragaw Hall hosts one of the largest convenience stores on campus. Sullivan Hall offers a computer lab for residents and Lee Hall is adjacent to beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces such as Lee Parent’s Park and large recreational fields. All three buildings surround the spacious, open West Campus amphitheater, which is frequently the site of large concerts and outdoor activities for students all year round. 

Building Group Hall Name Living & Learning Villages Alcohol-Free 24-Hour Visitation Gender Loftable Beds Occupancy Room Setup Floors Elevators
None Bragaw EcoVillage   Coed 768 Suite 4  
Lee WISE   Coed   756 Suite 9
Sullivan Scholars Village Coed   713 Suite 12

Key

Item applies to or is available in the residence hall NA Not available to new freshmen
GV Global Village SAY Students Advocating for Youth Village
ARTS Arts Village SCH University Scholars Village
EB Room doors open off exterior breezeway WISE Women in Science and Engineering Village
FYC First Year College Village ILV IMPACT Leadership Village
HON Honors Program Village WOW Women Of Welch Village
ECO EcoVillage WWV Wood Wellness Village

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