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Office Hours:
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Summer Hours:
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4 pm

Contact Residential Life

Exeter House, 1st floor
401-232-6140

The Office of Residential Life is committed to promoting a comfortable living environment where learning is promoted outside of the classroom by engaging students in their residence hall communities. Residential Life strives to foster an environment that develops students academically, socially, and globally by creating opportunities for students to connect with their peers within an inclusive and diverse community. 

Staff

Jana Valentine

Assistant Dean of Residential Life and Community Standards

Rilwan Ilumoka

Associate Director, Office of Community Standards

Michelle Cousineau

Office Coordinator

Katrina Alicea

Associate Director, Residential Life

Nicholas Olszewski

Community Director, Warren House

Michael Buonocore

Associate Director, Residential Life

Jarely Paulino Diaz

Community Director, Bristol House

Charles Celestin

Community Director, Upper Village

Hannah Capece

Community Director, Middle Village

Harry Riel

Community Directory, Lower Village

Wesley Cabral

Community Director, Barrington House

Vacant

Community Director, Townhouses

Jana Valentine

Assistant Dean of Residential Life and Community Standards

Rilwan Ilumoka

Associate Director, Office of Community Standards

Michelle Cousineau

Office Coordinator

Katrina Alicea

Associate Director, Residential Life

Nicholas Olszewski

Community Director, Warren House

Michael Buonocore

Associate Director, Residential Life

Jarely Paulino Diaz

Community Director, Bristol House

Charles Celestin

Community Director, Upper Village

Hannah Capece

Community Director, Middle Village

Harry Riel

Community Directory, Lower Village

Wesley Cabral

Community Director, Barrington House

Vacant

Community Director, Townhouses

The leadership team is comprised of the Assistant Dean of Residential Life & Community Standards and 3 Associate Directors. They are responsible for the management and oversight of the department, setting departmental goals, developing the departmental strategic plan, policies and procedures, as well as serving as university officials on-call in case of after-hours campus emergencies. 

The leadership team is comprised of the Assistant Dean of Residential Life & Community Standards and 3 Associate Directors. They are responsible for the management and oversight of the department, setting departmental goals, developing the departmental strategic plan, policies and procedures, as well as serving as university officials on-call in case of after-hours campus emergencies. 

Community Directors are full-time professionals who are responsible for the daily operations in all residential spaces, supervise the student Resident Assistant staff, adjudicate student discipline cases, provide mediation, and support services to resident students and oversee social and educational programs offered in the residence halls. Community Directors live on campus to serve as a University official in case of after-hours emergencies on campus.

Community Directors are full-time professionals who are responsible for the daily operations in all residential spaces, supervise the student Resident Assistant staff, adjudicate student discipline cases, provide mediation, and support services to resident students and oversee social and educational programs offered in the residence halls. Community Directors live on campus to serve as a University official in case of after-hours emergencies on campus.

Resident Assistant (RA)s live in the residence halls to assist students, organize activities, enforce policies, and maintain an environment conducive to learning. These 64 paraprofessional staff members actively work to support our department's mission by promoting personal growth, social responsibility, and intellectual development through community-based interactions in our residence halls.

Resident Assistant (RA)s live in the residence halls to assist students, organize activities, enforce policies, and maintain an environment conducive to learning. These 64 paraprofessional staff members actively work to support our department's mission by promoting personal growth, social responsibility, and intellectual development through community-based interactions in our residence halls.

Students can access the Student Housing Portal by using the Self Service Link. Self Service is your one stop shop for all things housing related. Meal Plan updates, Medical Accommodation Forms, and access to other useful information.

Students can access the Student Housing Portal by using the Self Service Link. Self Service is your one stop shop for all things housing related. Meal Plan updates, Medical Accommodation Forms, and access to other useful information.

Our residential campus is made up of three main areas of campus: first-year residential houses, suite village and the townhouses. For more details, read below and review our guide to Residential Spaces.

For information about the cost of housing and dining options, please see the University tuition information.

Our residential campus is made up of three main areas of campus: first-year residential houses, suite village and the townhouses. For more details, read below and review our guide to Residential Spaces.

For information about the cost of housing and dining options, please see the University tuition information.

First-year students are placed in the first-year residential houses to build community and a strong foundation at Bryant.

Bryant offers several housing styles for first-year students:

Bristol House and Warren House

These two halls are reserved entirely for first year students, they are four story, co-educational halls with north and south wings. Both Residence Halls house approximately 330 students.

Students are assigned by wings/building areas and share large single-gender community bathrooms on that wing/building area. On the main floor is a lobby/lounge area fully equipped with recreational games, vending machines, a TV, and a kitchen. Laundry and the Community Director’s office are also on the main floor.

  • Traditional Style Double - this is a shared bedroom with one other student. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.
  • Traditional Style Triple* - this is a shared bedroom with two other students. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.
  • Traditional Style Quad - this is a shared bedroom with three other students; all students have ample space as this room is extremely large. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.

Barrington House

Barrington House is a four story, co-educational hall for approximately 276 students. The suite style living has four double bedrooms, one single bedroom, living room area and a private bathroom. Some suites also contain one large triple room. Barrington House is organized by gender with each suite assigned to a specific gender. A main lounge/lobby is complete with recreational games, vending machines, and a television. The main floor also has laundry service and the Community Director’s office. The Office of Health Services is also housed in Barrington House. One to two floors of the building are reserved for first-year students as needed.

  • Suite Style Double - this is a shared bedroom with one other student that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.
  • Suite Style Triple Room* - this is a shared bedroom with two other students that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.
  • Suite Style Single Room** - this is a private bedroom that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.

*This is not a "forced-triple" room, as it was designed to accommodate three students and is larger than a traditional double room.
**Single rooms are very limited.

Room Amenities

Residents in first-year buildings can expect to have: twin XL bed, desk & desk chair, dresser, closet space to hang items, wireless internet connection.

Building Amenities

Each first-year building has community amenities for student use: card access building entrance, laundry facility free to use for all students, kitchenette facility, study/social lounge space, recreation equipment, community television, and air conditioning.

First-year students are placed in the first-year residential houses to build community and a strong foundation at Bryant.

Bryant offers several housing styles for first-year students:

Bristol House and Warren House

These two halls are reserved entirely for first year students, they are four story, co-educational halls with north and south wings. Both Residence Halls house approximately 330 students.

Students are assigned by wings/building areas and share large single-gender community bathrooms on that wing/building area. On the main floor is a lobby/lounge area fully equipped with recreational games, vending machines, a TV, and a kitchen. Laundry and the Community Director’s office are also on the main floor.

  • Traditional Style Double - this is a shared bedroom with one other student. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.
  • Traditional Style Triple* - this is a shared bedroom with two other students. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.
  • Traditional Style Quad - this is a shared bedroom with three other students; all students have ample space as this room is extremely large. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each hallway.

Barrington House

Barrington House is a four story, co-educational hall for approximately 276 students. The suite style living has four double bedrooms, one single bedroom, living room area and a private bathroom. Some suites also contain one large triple room. Barrington House is organized by gender with each suite assigned to a specific gender. A main lounge/lobby is complete with recreational games, vending machines, and a television. The main floor also has laundry service and the Community Director’s office. The Office of Health Services is also housed in Barrington House. One to two floors of the building are reserved for first-year students as needed.

  • Suite Style Double - this is a shared bedroom with one other student that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.
  • Suite Style Triple Room* - this is a shared bedroom with two other students that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.
  • Suite Style Single Room** - this is a private bedroom that opens into a suite. Shared bathroom facilities are located in each suite.

*This is not a "forced-triple" room, as it was designed to accommodate three students and is larger than a traditional double room.
**Single rooms are very limited.

Room Amenities

Residents in first-year buildings can expect to have: twin XL bed, desk & desk chair, dresser, closet space to hang items, wireless internet connection.

Building Amenities

Each first-year building has community amenities for student use: card access building entrance, laundry facility free to use for all students, kitchenette facility, study/social lounge space, recreation equipment, community television, and air conditioning.

The Suite Village is a collection of 13 identical residence halls and Newport House. This area surrounds a central lawn and volleyball court. This housing style is primarily home to our sophomore and junior student population

Lower Village Buildings

  • Charlestown House
  • Richmond House
  • Kilcup House
  • Westerly House
  • Hopkinton House

Middle Village Buildings

  • Exeter House
  • Coventry House
  • Scituate House
  • Tiverton House
  • Providence House

Upper Village Buildings

  • Jamestown House
  • Cumberland House
  • Lincoln House
  • Newport House

Newport House

Newport House, while part of suite village, is unique. Newport House is a five floor, co-educational hall consisting of 6 & 7-person suites. The building accommodates 200 students in suites with 3 double rooms or 2 double rooms and a triple room, a common living room, as well as a common bathroom. This style of bathroom is divided into 2 separate shower rooms, and one bathroom with a sink and toilet. The lobby  is fully equipped with vending, television, a seating area, and Community Director's office. Newport House also houses Ronzio’s Pizza with a seasonal outdoor patio. 

The Suite Village is a collection of 13 identical residence halls and Newport House. This area surrounds a central lawn and volleyball court. This housing style is primarily home to our sophomore and junior student population

Lower Village Buildings

  • Charlestown House
  • Richmond House
  • Kilcup House
  • Westerly House
  • Hopkinton House

Middle Village Buildings

  • Exeter House
  • Coventry House
  • Scituate House
  • Tiverton House
  • Providence House

Upper Village Buildings

  • Jamestown House
  • Cumberland House
  • Lincoln House
  • Newport House

Newport House

Newport House, while part of suite village, is unique. Newport House is a five floor, co-educational hall consisting of 6 & 7-person suites. The building accommodates 200 students in suites with 3 double rooms or 2 double rooms and a triple room, a common living room, as well as a common bathroom. This style of bathroom is divided into 2 separate shower rooms, and one bathroom with a sink and toilet. The lobby  is fully equipped with vending, television, a seating area, and Community Director's office. Newport House also houses Ronzio’s Pizza with a seasonal outdoor patio. 

The townhouse style apartments are designed to assist our senior student population develop the skills to live independently. Each townhouse has a fully furnished kitchen with a refrigerator, stove and dishwasher and includes two bathrooms, one on each floor. There are 5-person and 7-person townhouse options available.

Students can choose to live in either a double or single room within their townhouse. The 5-person townhouses (A-G blocks) consist of 3 single rooms and 1 double room, with shared laundry facility in the Townhouse Community Center (*E Block houses have in-unit laundry). The 7-person townhouses (H-P Blocks) consist of 3 double rooms and 1 single room, with in-unit laundry machines. Parking is available either directly in front of the townhouse unit or in a large lot at the rear of N block.

The townhouse style apartments are designed to assist our senior student population develop the skills to live independently. Each townhouse has a fully furnished kitchen with a refrigerator, stove and dishwasher and includes two bathrooms, one on each floor. There are 5-person and 7-person townhouse options available.

Students can choose to live in either a double or single room within their townhouse. The 5-person townhouses (A-G blocks) consist of 3 single rooms and 1 double room, with shared laundry facility in the Townhouse Community Center (*E Block houses have in-unit laundry). The 7-person townhouses (H-P Blocks) consist of 3 double rooms and 1 single room, with in-unit laundry machines. Parking is available either directly in front of the townhouse unit or in a large lot at the rear of N block.