Salve Regina University

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  1. Residence Halls

    Take a walking tour of the residence halls at Salve Regina.

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    1. Miley Hall

      Miley Hall is a traditional residence hall that accommodates first-year students and also houses the cafeteria, Miley Mart/Starbucks, bookstore and offices for the Center for Student Development, Counseling Services, Health Services and Student Affairs. Students are housed on three floors, with males on the first floor and females on the second and third floors.

       

      As Salve Regina's main dining hall, the cafeteria offers daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. Features include the Mongolian grill, brick oven pizza, daily pasta specials, made-to-order deli, soups and salad bar. My Zone provides a separate pantry for students with allergies such as gluten, lactose, wheat, soy and peanut.

       

      Miley Mart, a retail convenience store located in the lower level, features hot or iced Starbucks coffee and drinks, along with a complete line of snacks, candy, bottled beverages, frozen entrees, ice cream, canned and paper goods and health and beauty products.

    2. Walgreen Hall

      Walgreen Hall accommodates first-year students in suite-style living arrangements and also contains a wing dedicated to administrative office space for Campus Life, Career Development and Multicultural Programs. Housing up to 11 students, each suite shares a lounge/study area and bathroom. All floors are co-ed by suite, and residents share the laundry room with Miley Hall.

    3. Narragansett I and II

      Located on Ward Avenue, Narragansett I and II accommodate junior and senior students.

    4. Narragansett Hall

      Located on Narragansett Avenue, Narragansett Hall accommodates sophomore students in singles, doubles, triples and quads.

    5. 134 Webster St.

      134 Webster St., the former carriage house and stables for several Ochre Point estates, accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing.

    6. Hunt/Reefe Halls

      Co-ed by room, Hunt Hall and Reefe Hall are traditional residence halls with private bathrooms. First-year students are housed in Reefe Hall, while sophomores are housed in Hunt Hall. Room options include triples and quads, with laundry and lounges on the first floor.

    7. Ochre Lodge

      A seaside villa completed in 1883, Ochre Lodge currently houses upperclassmen who are part of the multicultural living learning community. Designed by renowned local architect Dudley Newton, the structure is an excellent example of the Shingle-style villas built in Newport during the late 19th century.

    8. Ochre Lodge Annex

      Recently converted to a student residence, the Ochre Lodge Annex accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing. Built in 1883, the structure originally served as the carriage house for the Ochre Lodge estate. In 2013, Salve Regina received the Doris Duke Historic Preservation Award for its reclamation.

    9. Nethercliffe

      Nethercliffe accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing. Built in 1883 for Princeton University religion professor Charles Shields, the structure was architect Richard Morris Hunt's last Newport house designed in the Stick style.

    10. Nethercliffe Carriage House

      Nethercliffe Carriage House accommodates junior and senior students. Completed in 1883, the carriage house was part of the Nethercliffe estate, built for Princeton University religion professor Charles Shields. Nethercliffe was architect Richard Morris Hunt's last Newport house designed in the Stick style. Salve Regina acquired the property, located on Ruggles Avenue, in 2004.

    11. Graystone Cottages

      Located on Lawrence Avenue, Graystone Cottages accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing.

    12. The Hedges

      The Hedges accommodates junior and senior students in singles, doubles, triples and one quad. Formerly the carriage house and stables for John Thompson Spencer's Althorpe estate, the structure was designed by the famed architectural firm of Peabody & Stearns.

    13. Founders Hall

      Founders Hall accommodates sophomore students in singles, doubles, triples and quads. Designed by the famed architectural firm of Peabody & Stearns, the Colonial Revival structure incorporates formal Georgian details with the informal ambience of a seaside villa.

    14. 87 Victoria Ave.

      87 Victoria Ave., a brick ranch house built in 1890, accommodates junior and senior students.

    15. 80 Victoria Ave.

      80 Victoria Ave., a three-bedroom ranch house built in 1952, accommodates junior and senior students.

    16. 74 Victoria Ave.

      74 Victoria Ave., a three-bedroom ranch house built in 1955, accommodates junior and senior students.

    17. Wallace Hall

      Wallace Hall, a Tudor Revival cottage completed in 1875, accommodates sophomore students in singles, doubles, triples and one quad. Designed by architect Frank Furness, the structure served as the carriage house and stables, and later the gardener's cottage, for the Fairholme estate.

    18. 204 Ruggles Ave.

      204 Ruggles Ave., a four-bedroom house built in 1890, accommodates junior and senior students.

    19. Stoneacre

      Stoneacre accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing. Built for New York banker and railroad magnate John Ellis, Stoneacre was designed by William Appleton Potter, with Frederick Law Olmstead providing the original landscape design.

    20. Fairlawn Apartments

      Fairlawn accommodates junior and senior students in apartment-style housing. Formerly the carriage house for Andrew Ritchie's Fairlawn estate, the structure was designed by architect Seth Bradford and completed in 1853.

    21. French Cottage

      Located on Ruggles Avenue, the French Cottage accommodates junior and senior students.

    22. Young Building

      The Young Building houses the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy and serves as a residence for sophomore students in the Pell Honors Program.

       

      Built in the 1850s, the Queen Anne-style mansion has undergone several alterations over the years, including the addition of a ballroom and the installation of Tiffany stained glass windows in the great hall. In 1999, the University received a historic preservation award from the Newport Historical Society for the Young Building's restoration.

    23. William Watts Sherman House

      The William Watts Sherman House, one of the greatest treasures of Salve Regina's campus, accommodates sophomore students in singles, doubles, triples and quads.

       

      Designed by Henry Hobson Richardson and completed in 1875, the property is one of America's earliest examples of Queen Anne architecture. Richardson combined medieval European, English Renaissance and Colonial American elements to create a fanciful shingle and stucco structure enhanced by decorative woodwork. The William Watts Sherman House was added to the National Register of Historic Places and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970.

    24. Carnlough Cottage

      A ranch house built in 1953, Carnlough Cottage currently serves as the Language House, a living learning community that provides an opportunity for students to have a French or Spanish immersion experience while living on campus.

    25. Moore Hall

      Located on Shepard Avenue, Moore Hall accommodates sophomore students in singles, doubles, triples and one eight-person room. Built in the 1880s, the structure reflects the Queen Anne style, combining design details from the 17th and 18th centuries.

    26. 26 Lawrence Ave.

      26 Lawrence Ave., a five-bedroom ranch house built in 1953, accommodates junior and senior students.