Willow Hall is a beautiful complex located just yards from Mount Hope Bay and offers some of the most stellar views of the Bay and the Mount Hope Bridge on our campus. The 475 residents that live here are located over 7 Townhouses and Unit-Style residence halls giving residents a wide variety of housing options and the opportunity to meet tons of new people. It even has a sprawling grass courtyard and a stream in the middle, perfect for sitting outside, playing Frisbee, reading by the water, or taking a nap on a blanket. Each room comes with your standard furniture (bed, desk, chair, closet/armoire, bureau, cable/data hookup) and the entire complex is both air conditioned and completely wireless.
While we know how much you’ll love spending time outdoors, we also know that it gets a little cold here in the winter months. But have no fear! Willow also has it’s very own recreational room complete with couches, chairs, tables, a large-screen TV, and a billiards table! So if you feel like grabbing a blanket and a movie to spend some time inside – we’ve got you covered! The laundry facilities and vending machines are located above the common room in the “40s” building, as well as some additional sitting space and a large-screen TV.
The staff of Stonewall Terrace is comprised of one Coordinator of Residence Education (CORE), one Head Resident Assistant (HRA), and 14 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 unit in the traditional-style halls, and either one or two RAs in each Townhouse.
Hello! My name is Nick Frias and I am the new CORE this year at Willow Hall. I am new to Roger Williams but I am eager to begin working with and getting to know the awesome students that make up this community! I am from Reading, Massachusetts, which is about 20 minutes north of Boston and only a little over an hour away from Bristol. I completed my undergraduate degree at Quinnipiac University where I majored in broadcast journalism. While there, I served as an Orientation Leader for three summers, was a Founding Father of my fraternity and was a main anchor for our student-run television news station. I then got my master’s in Higher Education at Merrimack College where I was the Graduate Fellow for New Student Orientation and the First Year Experience Program. I really like going to the beach, making people laugh and exploring new places. I am excited to get to know all of the new and returning students to our community and make it as much of a fun and successful year as possible!