All residence halls are air-conditioned, are co-ed and have standard twin beds with the exception of Stanback Hall, which has extra long twin beds. View the current academic calendar for residence hall opening/closing dates and times.
Abernethy Village consists of five new residence halls (Goodman East, Goodman West, Fuller, Graham, Purcell Halls) constructed in 2007 and designed to accommodate up to 126 upper class students. Each of the residence halls is three-stories tall with a brick façade, is fully sprinkled, and is handicapped accessible on the first floor. Two of the five halls (Goodman East and Goodman West) feature suite-style living spaces which share common study areas on the second and third floors, as well as two kitchens to be shared by residents on all three floors. Three of the buildings (Fuller, Graham, and Purcell Halls) feature apartment-style living spaces and have a kitchen per apartment.
Goodman East and Goodman West share a courtyard of brick pavers, while common landscaping and walkways between all the buildings tie the halls together.
Margaret Cunningham Woodson Hall
Woodson Hall is the largest of seven residence halls with 171 students. It houses both male and female freshmen students; men reside on the lower floors and women on the upper floors. A TV lobby for all residents is located on the second floor with lobbies also on the third and fourth floors. The rooms in Woodson are designed for two students with common bathroom areas on each floor. Laundry facilities are found on the first and fourth floors.
Salisbury and Rowan County Hall
Salisbury-Rowan Hall is a freshmen residence hall built in five sections with each section having a combination of rooms in suite arrangements. All rooms are designed to house three students; however, when possible, rooms are assigned at double occupancy. Located on the ground floor are a TV lobby, concession machines, and laundry facilities.
Zeda Peeler Barger & Elizabeth Conrad Zartman Hall
Barger-Zartman Hall is an upperclassmen residence hall. It has a traditional lobby on the first floor, and a TV lobby on the second floor. Laundry facilities are found in the basement. The 64-student residence hall is arranged in suites of two rooms, with two students each, sharing a bath. The oldest residence hall on campus, Barger-Zartman, was renovated in 1991.
Elizabeth C. Stanback Hall
Stanback Hall houses 131 upperclass students. Most rooms house two students, and two rooms share a bathroom. There are six single rooms located on the first floor, with these rooms sharing a bathroom. Concession machines are located on the first and second floor lobbies; laundry facilities are on the second floor.
Forrest H. Hollifield Hall
Hollifield Hall is a substance-free residence hall. It houses 40 students and is arranged in suites of two rooms, with two students in each room, sharing a bathroom. A TV lobby and laundry facilities are located on the first floor.
Pine Knot Hall houses 40 students in suites of three rooms and a bath. Laundry facilities and concession machines are located in the basement. Pine Knot is a former faculty apartment building which has been renovated into premium housing for upperclass students.
Foil House is a newly refurbished residence hall housing 24 upperclass students. The building is arranged into three suites of four bedrooms, each with its own sitting area.
Hurley Hall is an honors residence hall and is a recently renovated facility that originally served as faculty housing. Students must have a 3.0 GPA to be housed here. It has apartment style units.
HEATH HILL HOUSE
Heath Hill House is a non-traditional housing venue brought online over summer 2009 to provide housing for 10 upper class students.