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  • Stonewall Terrace

These four, three-story buildings comprise our newest South Campus residence hall. Stonewall Terrace houses approximately 450 residents in a suite style arrangement. There are four suites on each floor with each suite containing a common lounge with and common bathroom. Each floor also has its own lounge area with two private study areas, common couches, tables, chairs, a large-screen TV, and small kitchen area (microwave and sink only). These common rooms are the perfect place to meet and discuss a group project, play a board game, attend an RA program or watch hours of Netflix with your closet friends! Each room is carpeted and the whole building is fully air conditioned. There is one laundry room located on the first floor in each of the four buildings.

Stonewall Terrace is the location of the Honors (Building 4) and Building and Design (Building 1) Living-Learning Communities. These areas are designed specifically for students in these programs and even include some faculty engagement. Building 4 is also the home to our Honors Lounge, which serves as a great place for our Honors students to sit down, relax, have a quiet place to study and have fun!

The staff of Stonewall Terrace is comprised of one Coordinator of Residence Education (CORE), one Head Resident Assistant (HRA), and 11 Resident Assistants (RA). The Coordinator of Residence Education serves to oversee the day-to-day operation of the complex, including supervision of the residence hall staff. There is one RA per floor (or per 4 suites) in each of the four buildings.

Building Floor Plan:

Stonewall Building 1
Stonewall Building 2
Stonewall Building 3
Stonewall Building 4

A Message from CORE Kyle:

Hello! My name is Kyle McAuliffe and I am the CORE of Stonewall Terrace.  This is my second year at Roger Williams University and am very excited to be working with Stonewall Terrace again. I am originally from Saco, Maine and did both my undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Maine. I graduated May 2015 with my M.Ed. in Student Development in Higher Education. During my time at the University of Maine I worked in Residence Life for five years, three years as an RA and then two as a Graduate Assistant. During my time in Residence Life I really found a passion for working with high achieving student in honors programs and have worked extensively to help create a Second Year Experience. I am excited to find both these communities in Stonewall and am eager to work with them. I am also thrilled to have architecture students in our community. Outside of work, I am a huge competitor and love playing board games, cards, and sports. I also really enjoy the outdoors and enjoy activities such as hiking, swimming, and picking fresh fruit.