Guide to On-Campus Living

Residential Life
Guide to On-Campus Living
East Hall, Harbor View, Imperial Hall, McNulty
Hall, Snowden Hall, South Hall, West Hall,
Xavier Hall
Updated 10/16/14
2014-2015 Guide to On-Campus Living
Welcome to Wildcat Housing
Alcohol & Drugs
Care of Room & Residential Facilities
Prohibited Items (What Not to Bring)
Smoking & Fire Safety
Health & Safety Inspections
Maintenance Concerns
Pest Concerns
Trash & Recycling
Keys & JWU Identification Cards
Quiet & Courtesy Hours
Guests & Visitors
Room Assignment Changes
Checking Out of Your Residence Hall
Breaks & Hall Closing
Cable & Internet
Microwaves & Personal Refrigerators
Meal Plan
Mail & Packages
Welcome to Wildcat Housing
Whether this is your first year on campus or if you are a returning resident, we are pleased to have you stay
with us. Living on campus is a unique experience you will remember for a lifetime. We encourage all
residents to take advantage of the opportunities to engage in our diverse and inclusive community.
In order to maintain a standard of living that is fair and consistent, Residential Life requires all residents and
guests to adhere to the rules and policies governing on-campus housing set forth by this guide as well as the
Student Code of Conduct. Violations could result in sanctions. Please review both carefully and contact
Residential Life if you have any questions.
Alcohol & Drugs
As stated in the university's Drug and Alcohol Policy, possession or use of alcoholic beverages anywhere on
university property is prohibited except for legal use at events, operations, programs, premises or facilities
sanctioned by the university.
Alcoholic beverages and containers (empty or used as decorations) including shot glasses are prohibited.
Residents found responsible for alcohol-related violations could be relocated to another residence hall or
removed from housing.
Illegal drugs, including unlabeled medication bottles or bottles of medication that are not prescribed to the
person who possesses them, are prohibited. In addition, items intended to aid in the use of illegal drugs or
excessive alcohol consumption (i.e., bongs, pipes, hookahs, needles, funnels) are also prohibited on campus.
Please refer to the Student Code of Conduct for full details regarding alcohol and drug violations.
Care of Room & Residential Facilities
Residents are responsible for the following:
1. Keeping their room clean, free of trash and in a general sanitary state, including private bathrooms
which are to be cleaned and maintained by the residents of the room. If at any time a Residential
Life staff member determines that the room is not meeting cleanliness standards, 24 hours will be
given to rectify the situation. If, after 24 hours, the room still does not meet cleanliness standards,
conduct sanctions may apply.
2. Keeping window screens in place and secured. Screens should not be removed and residents are not
permitted to exit onto residence hall roofs, to sit on window sills or to hang out of windows.
3. Keeping window surfaces clear of all opaque materials, such as aluminum foil, posters, flags or signs.
4. Ensuring all furniture assigned to the room remains in the room unless removed by the residence
hall staff or Maintenance staff. Missing furniture can result in replacement charges.
5. Ensuring unoccupied furniture (beds, dressers, closets, desks, etc.) remains set up and available for
use by a new resident at any time during the year.
The following are prohibited:
1. Using or attempting to use university property in a manner inconsistent with its designated purpose.
2. Throwing or hanging items, shining lasers/laser pointers out of windows.
3. Painting, furniture modification, including the possession of public-area furniture in individual
4. Personal furniture unless approved by the residence director.
5. Tampering with wiring or plumbing.
6. Nails, paint-removing substances, wall-puncturing or permanent-affixing items. Hanging items
should be done in a manner that does not damage the walls, appliances (where applicable), windows
or doors of the room.
7. Hanging items on doors, in the hallways or stairwells of the building without consent from the
residence director.
8. Activities or incidents resulting in damage to the ceiling or the floors (carpet, tile, etc.) of the room
or the buildings.
9. Holiday trees which are real or larger than 2 feet.
10. Positioning or use of speakers in a manner that disturbs neighbors or causes sound to emanate
beyond the room. This includes speaker placement in windows.
11. Excessive noise in areas frequented by the public such as adjacent parking lots, building entrance,
hallways, stairways.
Prohibited Items (What Not to Bring)
Many of the things you have at home are not allowed in our residence halls due to fire safety regulations,
federal, state and local laws, or university policy. For the health and safety of our residents, the following
items are not permitted in your room:
1. Flammable liquids, chemicals of any kind, combustible decorations, explosive materials, and other
similar materials, except for sealed containers not exceeding one-ounce capacity.
2. Large power tools, air conditioners, open-coil appliances, heaters, and cooking equipment including,
but not limited to: immersion coils, pottery water-warmers, ovens, hot plates, blenders, fryers, grills
(including George Forman grills), toaster ovens/toasters, hot pots, fry pans, stoves and exposed
burners (including popcorn poppers without self-contained heating units), griddles, crock pots,
blenders, mixers, food processors, dehydrators. Microwaves are also not permitted unless part of an
approved MicroFridge® unit.
3. Fire/open flame materials or unapproved high-heat producing devices, including, but not limited to,
candles, lanterns, incense, incense burners, halogen lights and lamps, camping stoves, fireworks,
firecrackers, hookahs, lava lamps, neon signs, rope lights, charcoal grills and sunlamps.
4. Antennas or wires extending outside room windows.
5. Additional furniture without prior approval of the residence director.
6. Firearms or other weapons, including, but not limited to knives with a blade over 3 inches
(excluding university-issued culinary knife kits), brass knuckles and swords; ammunition, including
shell casings, are prohibited.
7. Mopeds, motorcycles and other similar vehicles including gasoline-powered toys or mini bikes are
prohibited. Bicycles may not be kept in hallways, stairwells, or public areas inside the residence halls.
8. All animals are prohibited in the residence halls (including hallways, common rooms, bathrooms,
etc.) with the exception of fish. Fish are allowed but must not exceed five gallons total per
room/suite. You may reach the five gallons in any combination you wish (e.g., multiple fish bowls
adding up to five gallons). Fish are the only things allowed in the tank (no snakes, lizards, frogs,
turtles, etc., even if they live in water).
9. Alcoholic beverages and containers including empty ones; wine glasses, margarita glasses, martini
glasses and shot glasses (possession or use of alcohol is not permitted anywhere on university
property, except for legal use at events, operations, programs or facilities sanctioned by the
10. Narcotics, drugs and drug-related items (including prescription medications that are not in your
11. Oversized radios or speakers.
12. Tapestries, flags, or other cloth wall coverings.
13. Satellite devices (i.e., Direct TV).
Smoking & Fire Safety
1. All areas of all residence halls are smoke-free including rooms, bathrooms, common areas such as
lounges, hallways, laundry rooms, entryways and outside the building near room windows.
2. If smoking outside, please observe all smoking restriction signs as these help to reduce or eliminate
cigarette smoke from entering campus buildings/resident rooms.
3. Please use the proper receptacles to dispose of cigarettes properly.
4. Do not throw cigarettes in mulch as it can cause the mulch to catch on fire.
5. Do not throw a cigarette in a trash can, as it could ignite combustible items (paper, etc.) inside the
6. Room doors must be kept free of flammable materials, particularly loose paper. Doors cannot be
wrapped or covered with flammable materials. Dry erase boards are the only items allowed to be
posted on the outside of doors. Any items posted on the inside of doors must not obstruct view of
the path of egress signs or peepholes.
7. Electrical outlets must be appropriately used and electronic equipment (computers, stereos,
televisions, hair-styling tools, etc.) must not overload circuits or be improperly wired or have
damaged wiring to create a safety hazard.
8. High-heat generating items such as curling irons, clothes irons and hair dryers should never be left
on or unattended while plugged in. In addition, these items should be monitored until they have
cooled to avoid potential fire hazards. These appliances should only be used for their designed
9. Decorations must not overload electrical circuits and, if appropriate, must be fireproofed in
accordance with environmental health and safety standards.
10. Fire pull box alarms and extinguishers are placed in the residence halls for your safety and the safety
of others. Misuse of this equipment is a serious criminal offense under state laws. In addition, it
jeopardizes the safety of all residents and violators will face disciplinary action by the university.
11. You must exit a building whenever a fire alarm sounds. (Be sure to take your JWU ID with you so
that re-entering the building is orderly.) Residential Life staff will direct you to a safe location once
you are out of the building. Drills will be performed periodically to ensure that all residents are
aware of fire exits.
12. Residents are required to keep belongings out of the main walkway and doorway to the room. By
keeping the room tidy, residents can ensure that a clear path of egress is always available in the event
of an emergency or drill.
The following actions are prohibited:
1. Tampering with any fire safety equipment, including, but not limited to, fire alarms, fire
extinguishers, fire hoses, exit lights, smoke detectors, and sprinkler systems (this is a serious criminal
offense under state laws).
2. Propping open fire doors or exterior doors of residence halls.
3. Unauthorized entry to areas of residence halls, including, but not limited to, roofs, window ledges,
balconies, offices and dining halls.
4. Failing to vacate the residence hall when directed to do so by residence hall staff, emergency staff, or
the sounding of a fire/smoke alarm (this violates state laws).
5. Improper use of kitchen/cooking facilities.
6. Blocking hallways with furniture or personal belongings.
7. Tampering with or damaging mobility and hearing impaired equipment (e.g., door knockers, bells,
lights, door arms, etc.).
8. Removal or blocking of door peepholes.
For other guidelines on items which are prohibited due to fire safety regulations refer to the Student
Health & Safety Inspections
Health & Safety Inspections are conducted once a term by Res Life staff members and are announced in
advance. These inspections are designed to ensure that your room is in working order and no health, safety,
sanitation or maintenance concerns exist. If at any other time during the year you have a concern with your
room it should, of course, be reported right away. If violations of the Student Code of Conduct or policies
within this guide are discovered during the course of an inspection, residents may be subject to student
conduct review and disciplinary action.
Maintenance Concerns
When you experience a maintenance issue in your room or within the hall it should be reported as soon as
possible. Non-emergency maintenance requests should be reported online at jwuLink > Student Life>
Online Maintenance Request.
If you have an EMERGENCY maintenance situation after office hours or during the weekend (e.g., toilet
leak, broken window), please contact a Res Life staff member or your front desk right away. The
online maintenance system is not managed during these times so please do not log them there—we don’t
want these things to wait and cause you discomfort or a larger issue.
Cable TV issues should be reported to Cox Communications directly by calling 401-383-6100. Visit the
Helpdesk website for more information.
Residents are responsible for damage that occurs in their assigned rooms when it can be reasonably shown
that they knew or should have known that damage occurred (excluding normal wear and tear). This includes
damage caused by a resident’s guest. Please be sure to report damages promptly to staff so that they can be
addressed by Maintenance.
We understand that accidental damage can occur in the hall or in your room. Students who disclose that
accidental damage has occurred will be billed for any necessary repairs at a minimum cost.
When a room is vacated, either during the academic year or at the end of it, the room is inspected and any
damages discovered are charged to the occupants of the room. Damage charges are assessed to your student
account. If you believe there is a discrepancy, it must be contested within 90 days.
Individual or group activities that could result in damage or destruction to university property are
prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, hall sports, hallway disruptions and/or impromptu hallway
gatherings, unsanitary room conditions, pranks, use of water guns in public areas and placing furniture
and/or trash in public areas, including stairwells.
Damages occurring in the public areas of the residence halls are charged to the individual or group
responsible when that can be determined.
Community Damage Charge-backs
Living in a residence hall comes with the expectation of community accountability. Whenever possible,
costs associated with damage will be charged to the responsible party or parties. Damage not reported, and
for which liability is not admitted or determined, could result in individuals, floors/wings or entire hall
communities being billed for repairs.
Community damage charge-backs are assessed to student accounts. If you have information or questions
about damages that have occurred in your hall please speak with your residence director.
Pest Concerns
Unwanted pests can sometimes attempt to seek food and shelter in the residence halls, especially when the
weather changes. If you see or suspect pests such as mice, ants, flies, bugs, etc., it is extremely important
that you report the issue online at jwuLink > Student Life> Online Maintenance Request. (Password is
Remember to keep food sealed at all times and to remove your trash and recycling regularly to deter such
nuisances. Keep window screens secured and alert your RA, GA or RD if any structural damage has
occurred in your room.
Trash & Recycling
Trash should be disposed of properly on a regular basis. All residence halls on campus participate in the
university’s recycling program. All rooms will be provided with a waste basket and recycling bin. Residents
can empty their trash and recycled items in the designated trash area(s) for their hall.
Mixed Paper That Can Be Recycled
Clean, dry paper that can be torn; office paper, white and colored; newspapers; magazines; corrugated
cardboard, broken down; paperboard; junk mail; phonebooks and un-donate-able paperbacks; NO paper
with food residue; NO waxed or laminated paper.
Co-Mingled Containers That Can Be Recycled
#1 & #2 plastic bottles & jugs only; glass bottles & jars; steel/tin cans; aluminum cans; clean aluminum foil
and pie/takeout tins; aseptic boxes, such as juice boxes; paperboard cartons, such as milk cartons; NO #3#7 plastics; NO non-bottle or jug #1 & #2 plastics; NO styrofoam or plastic bags.
Items That Should Be Disposed of in the Trash
Plastics #3-#7 and unmarked plastics; non-bottle and non-jug #1 & #2 plastics; all Styrofoam; non-bottle
and non-jar glass; food waste; paper with food and other residue; other non-hazardous materials that cannot
be recycled.
Keys and JWU Identification Cards
All residence hall keys (room and mail), and electronic access control cards/identification cards (ID cards),
are the property of Johnson & Wales University and must not be loaned or duplicated.
Your ID card contains a microchip which can be damaged by close contact to credit cards and other
magnetic items. If damaged or lost, you will need to purchase a new ID card from Dining Services, located
in the Student Services Center on the Downcity Campus or at the Student Academic & Financial Services
office in the Friedman Center on the Harborside Campus.
Report lost keys immediately to residence hall staff and lost ID cards to Campus Safety & Security. Turn in
any found keys or ID cards immediately to residence hall front desk staff.
Charges for lost/damaged/unreturned keys will be placed on the student’s account.
To maintain the safety of our buildings, all halls require an ID card for entry into the lobby area and all
residents are required to show their ID card to the front desk staff each time they enter. The front desk
staff is not permitted to let any person enter without presenting their student ID card, even if they know
Lock-Out Policy
Sometimes a resident will accidentally lock themselves out of their room, in which case they can request a
residence hall staff member to unlock their door for them. The resident must produce the room key
immediately after being let back into the room in order to ensure the key is not lost.
A resident receives two free “lockouts” per term. If more than two lock-outs per term are requested, a $100
fee is assessed each time.
Residents are also provided two free mailbox “lock-outs” per term. The resident must produce the mail key
to staff within 24 hours. If more than two mail lock-outs per term are requested, a $50 fee is assessed each
Quiet & Courtesy Hours
As members of the Wildcat Housing community, residents understand that the actions of one person can
affect the comfort of others in direct and indirect ways. It is the responsibility of every resident to be
considerate of those around them.
All students are expected to abide by Courtesy Hours. This means that any time during the day or night,
residents are respectful of one another; maintaining a community that enables everyone to study, relax and
sleep. Avoid slamming doors. Stereo/TV volume, talking should be kept at an acceptable level. This
includes in your room and in areas frequented by the public such as hallways, the lobby, building entrance,
common rooms, stairways and elevators. For those with parking privileges on site, volume of your stereo
should be set at a reasonable level while on property.
Quiet hours are in effect for all halls Sunday through Wednesday (or any day preceding scheduled
classes) 11 pm-9 am; and Thursday through Saturday, midnight-10 am so that you can study and
sleep. During quiet hours, sound must not be audible beyond the limits of any individual room, hallway, or
common area.
If students or guests in your hall are making enough noise to bother you, you have the right (at any time of
day or night) to politely ask them to be more quiet. If the issue persists please contact a Residential Life staff
member, who will address the noise.
24-hour quiet periods are in effect during the examination period of each term and at other times as
Guests & Visitors
It is the responsibility of every resident to inform his/her guest of the rules and regulations of the residence
hall. Residents are responsible for the behavior of their guest(s), including their initial eligibility to be a guest.
Most importantly, the sponsoring resident is also responsible for ensuring the rights and privacy of the other
room and hall occupants. A resident can face Student Conduct charges and sanctions as well as Residential
Life sanctions and fines due to the inappropriate behavior and/or actions of his/her guest.
A student may sponsor a maximum of two guests in a residence hall. All guests must sign in and out of the
hall at the residence hall front desk. Both the guest and the sponsoring resident must leave a picture ID card
(JWU ID for hall resident) with the attendant at the front desk while the guest is in the hall. The sponsoring
resident must accompany his/her guest at all times.
Any guests under 18 must be approved at least one week in advance by the residence director; and visitors
under 16 are not permitted to spend the night in the residence halls.
Overnight Guests
The ability to have overnight guests is a privilege. Residential Life reserves the right to restrict any
individuals from entering a residence hall without prior notification. In addition, in the event that behavior
of community residents becomes disruptive, Residential Life reserves the right to revoke the privileges of
visitors and overnight guests for the entire community without prior warning.
Overnight visitors are permitted in the residence halls provided that no overnight visitor may remain in a
residence hall for more than three (3) nights in a calendar week (Sunday-Saturday) or more than three (3)
consecutive nights.
Roommates must work out their own arrangements for visitors; if you cannot agree, please seek a
Residential Life staff member for help.
Parking and Bus Passes for Guest
Guests of residents must have a temporary permit issued by Campus Safety & Security in order to park
vehicles on university property. There is very limited to no visitor parking available at most halls.
Students with non-student guests must obtain a guest pass at the Student Transportation office, Campus
Safety & Security or through your residence director. Please contact your RD for passes in advance of your
guest’s arrival. No guests are allowed on JWU buses without a guest pass along with a state issued
identification card. Students must accompany their guests when riding the buses and only 2 guests per
student are allowed on buses at any given time.
Room Assignment Changes
Residents must have Residential Life approval in order to change their room assignment.
Student interested in changing rooms within their hall or swapping bedrooms within their room/suite must
request to do so through their residence director so that we can ensure all parties are comfortable with the
move. This also preserves the accuracy of our housing records for security reasons.
Unauthorized room or bedroom changes will require the resident(s) to return to their original assignment
and additional conduct sanctions could apply.
Students interested in requesting a new hall prior to September (or start of the year) can request a hall
change at jwuLink. Once the academic year has started, contact your residence director to request a
room or hall change.
Room/hall changes are dependent upon available space. Residential Life will attempt to honor hall change
requests as space allows, but they cannot be guaranteed.
Checking Out of Your Residence Hall
Residents are responsible for properly checking out of their room at the end of the year or at any point in
time when they are no longer enrolled or considered a resident in their particular room.
At the close of the academic year, students must depart within 24 hours of their last exam, no later than
Friday, May 22, 2015 at noon. Graduating students must depart by Sunday, May 24 at 10 a.m. Students
who leave housing/the university at the conclusion of fall or winter term must depart within 24 hours of
their last exam.
When moving out of a residence hall or when changing rooms, a student has two options for checking out.
Failure to use one of these options will result in key replacement charges.
Traditional Checkout
Once you have packed all of your belongings and you are ready to depart, visit the front desk of your hall
and let the staff know you are checking out. An RA will accompany you to make sure your space is in good
order, collect your keys and sign you out. Any damages found will be indicated during your inspection and
assessed to your student account.
Wildcat Express Checkout
For students who need to depart quickly or late at night, use our Wildcat Express Checkout process. An
express checkout envelope is available at the front desk of your hall. Fill out the form, seal your room and
mail keys inside and drop the envelope in the designated bin in your lobby. Note that by choosing an
express checkout you are forgoing a room inspection with our staff and you waive the right to appeal any
damage charges we may find after you leave.
If damage is found, all residents of the room could be assessed for the damage unless a specific resident(s)
takes responsibility. If no one assumes responsibility, the total cost of the damages will be equally divided
among the occupants of the room.
Breaks & Hall Closing
Residents are responsible for ensuring their room is in compliance with all procedures outlined by
Residential Life for academic and holiday breaks.
There are two times during the academic year when the residence halls close: winter holiday break and hall
closing in May. Failure to vacate the residence halls when they are closed could result in disciplinary action.
While residence halls are open during the fall term (Thanksgiving) break and spring break, they close
completely during winter break. Please plan accordingly.
 Thanksgiving & Term Break: November 24-28, 2014 (halls open with limited staff/dining).
o Winter term classes begin Tuesday, December 2, 2014.
 Winter Holiday Break: Halls close Friday, December 19, 2014 at noon. (McNulty Hall remains open
to its residents. No university transportation or dining services available.) Halls reopen Saturday,
January 3, 2015 at noon. No late departures or early arrivals can be permitted.
o Classes resume on Monday, January 5.
 Spring Break: March 2-6, 2015 (halls open with limited staff/dining).
o Spring term classes begin Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
 End-of-the-Year Hall Closing: May 22, 2015 at noon. Students must depart within 24 hours of their
last exam and no later than May 22, 2015 at noon. Graduating students must depart no later than 10
am on Sunday, May 24th.
If you need a place to stay during a time when your hall is closed, we suggest contacting our practicum
hotel. Be sure to inquire about student discounts: Radisson Airport Hotel, 401-739-3000.
Cable & Internet
All halls come with a standard cable package, the cost of which is included in your room and board charge.
You will need to bring a television and cable cords with you, as those are not provided in student rooms.
Unfortunately, premium channels are not available for additional purchase. For a list of cable channels and
information on troubleshooting cable issues visit JWU’s helpdesk website.
ResNet is the Student Resident Network, which offers connectivity to university online resources as well as
the Internet, from within your residence hall room. The university does not charge a fee for this service, all
you need is a computer with a network card and you can access the Internet anytime. Learn more: how to
access ResNet, how to set up your computer on the ResNet and steps to take to protect your computer
from viruses and spyware.
The residence halls also offer Wifi. You will need a WiFi compliant wireless card to access the university
network and Internet.
For a complete listing of on-campus wireless locations, visit the Helpdesk website.
Enjoying the privilege of network access requires compliance with all polices governing the Technology Use
Policy—including in the residence halls. Please review the University’s Computer & Technology Use Policy,
which covers the proper usage of JWU technology in detail.
Laundry facilities are located in each hall. It costs $1.25 to wash and $1.25 dry. Washing machines and
dryers are paid for through use of a laundry card, to which students add value, rather than inserting coins
into the machines. The cards are swiped into the laundry machines and the charges are automatically
Laundry cards for new students are given out during move-in. Returning students needing to replace lost or
stolen cards can purchase a new card at the following locations: Harbor View, McNulty, Renaissance,
Snowden and South Hall.
Students can activate their card at a machine located in all residence halls. Students can add money to their
card online or use cash at one of the res halls mentioned above to add value. Money on the card does not
Check when a machine is available or how much time is left on a cycle using Laundry Tracker (enter
Repair problems on washers and dryers should be reported at jwuLink > Student Life> Online Maintenance
Request. The university is not responsible for lost or stolen items. We recommend that you do not leave
your clothes unattended.
Microwaves and Personal Refrigerators
A MicroFridge® (a refrigerator/freezer/microwave combination unit) will be all traditional rooms (rooms
without a kitchen) when students arrive in September and can be used at no cost for a trial period of
approximately two weeks. If you and your roommates have not made payment arrangements with
MicroFridge ® Company to keep the MicroFridge® within the first two weeks of classes, the company will
remove it from your room after that time. To rent or get more info, go to or
call 1-800-637-7567.
Refrigerators no larger than 2.9 cubic feet will be permitted in rooms that have not rented a MicroFridge®;
however, only one is allowed per room. Any student who requires an additional refrigerator due to special
needs (i.e. dietary, medical, religious, etc.) must speak with their residence director for approval.
Microwaves and additional freezers are prohibited.
Meal Plan
Students in traditional halls (East, South, West, Harbor View, Imperial, McNulty, Snowden, Xavier) are
required to subscribe to the meal plan. The meal plan provides 15 meals per week for students to use any
way they wish. Additional meals can be purchased online or at Student Financial Services.
Phone service is not provided in resident rooms; however, house phones are located on each floor for oncampus calls.
Mail & Packages
Depending on the residence hall, you may have your own mailbox or share one with your roommates. In
both cases, each resident will be assigned a mailbox key which you need to keep in a safe place. If the key is
lost or misplaced, come to the front desk and let the staff know right away. (Replacement fee applies.)
The residence hall staff will only accept mail and/or packages for the proper name of a resident, so let
people know not to use nicknames or business names. The residence hall staff will not accept mail or
packages from unrecognized sources. In addition, notes and personal items cannot be left for you at the
front desk of the residence hall.
Mail is not automatically forwarded. If you move at any time (including at the end of the year), you will need
to notify senders of your new address. Anything received after you have moved will be returned to sender.
Below is an example of how your mail should be addressed:
Student Name
Hall & Room Number
Street Address
City, State and Zip Code
JWU Residence Hall Addresses
The Cove
Hall Address
1 Park Row West, Providence, RI 02903
Front Desk Phone
2 Washington Avenue, Providence, RI 02905
Harborside Village
100 Harborside Boulevard, Providence, RI 02905
Harbor View
1150 Narragansett Avenue, Cranston, RI 02905
15 Hospital Street, Providence, RI 02903
101 Pine Street, Providence, RI 02903
101 Cedar Street, Providence, RI 02903
32 Page Street, Providence, RI 02903
2 Washington Avenue, Providence, RI 02905
Washington Apartments
90 Washington Avenue, Providence, RI 02905
2 Washington Avenue, Providence, RI 02905
60 Broad Street, Providence, RI 02903
*Mail delivery begins September 9, 2014. Please do not schedule packages to arrive prior to that date as
they cannot be accepted.
There is no storage available on campus. Personal belongings are prohibited from being stored in public
areas (i.e. community rooms, stairwells and hallways). We recommend you contact a local storage company