Residence Buildings

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Residence life is a major part of the Providence experience because living on campus helps students develop connections between faith, learning, and living.  Each of our residence halls is set up for double occupancy, and therefore includes two beds, two desks, two desk chairs, and shelving, storage and closet space adequate for two people. All sublounges (contained within a single residence hall) include a full-sized refrigerator, sink, microwave and some limited storage space for dishes. Each sublounge also has couches, coffee tables, tables and chairs for eating, studying and relaxing with your dorm-mates. Eichhorst and Bergen Halls have large, furnished common lounges that are open to both male and female students during certain hours. All residence students have access to vacuums, coin-operated laundry facilities, and on-call maintenance staff. 

Residence life is governed by the values contained in our Covenant of Community Life as well as the policies outlined in the Student Handbook.

Bergen Hall

This building houses all male residence students. It contains 60 rooms on 2 floors, in 4 wings, for a maximum of 120 living spaces.  Rooms are furnished with twin captain’s beds, two desks, shelving units and desk chairs. All furniture is moveable, allowing students to rearrange their room.  Roommates share a closet, which is approximately 6’ wide and 2’ deep with a double row of shelves.  Each room has its own washroom that includes a shower, toilet, sink, cabinet and shelves. 

Click to See a Typical Bergen Floor Plan 


 

Eichhorst Hall

This is the largest female residence on campus. It contains 30 rooms on 2 floors, in 4 wings for a maximum of 60 living spaces.  Rooms are furnished with twin captain’s beds, two closets and three book shelves for each person. A desk top runs the entire width of the room with desk drawers underneath. Bathrooms are shared between two bedrooms, each with separate toilet and shower stalls, double sinks and a storage closet.

Click to See a Typical Eichhorst Floor Plan

Sweet & Kindred

These are two smaller residence halls for female students. Each building contains 15 rooms on 2 floors for a maximum of 30 living spaces in both Kindred and Sweet. Rooms are furnished with two beds, two desks, two desk chairs, and shelf space. Each room has one closet that is shared between roommates, which is approximately 4’ wide and 2’ deep, with either one or two shelves. Each floor shares a sublounge and two bathrooms. Bathrooms include sinks, toilets, showers and storage space.

Click to See a Typical Sweet and Kindred Floor Plan

 

 

 
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