The Southwest Residential Area, the largest on campus, houses 5,500 students in its five high-rise towers, and eleven low-rise residence halls. All buildings are coed, although many offer single sex floors. A 24-hour quiet hours floor exists in JQA. Break Housing is available in Prince.
Southwest Residential Area currently features:
First-Year Halls: located in Melville, Thoreau, Pierpont , Moore, James, Emerson, Kennedy, and Cance Halls
Residential Academic Programs (RAPs) are affiliated with some first-year learning communities. For a complete list of programs and locations, please see the RAP website.
Defined Residential Communities
Harambee: African Heritage Student Program in Coolidge Hall
Nuance: Multicultural Student Community in Crampton Hall
El Barrio Community in Washington Hall
Other Area Features
Student Leadership Center in Moore Hall.
Close proximity to Hampden Student Center, Latin American Cultural Center, Malcolm X Cultural Center, Southwest Area Government offices, Boyden Gym, Isenberg School of Management, Hampshire Dining Commons, Berkshire Dining Commons and more.