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Residence Village Townhomes

Residents: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

The Residence Village is comprised of four buildings providing a neighborhood feeling nestled right into campus. The Residence Village is near the O’Sullivan Art Gallery, playing fields, Clarke Hall, the Mail Room and the Field House. Residents enjoy units of three large bedrooms, two or two and a half bathrooms, a private washer-dryer, a full kitchen and a furnished living room.

Another popular feature of the Residence Village is the lounge areas, which allow for dynamic programming serving the unique needs of upperclassmen looking for more independent housing. This building is staffed throughout the day by front desk staff as well as Resident Assistants and Peer Ministers.

Residence Village
Assistant Director

Stephen York
syork@regis.edu

Apartment Description

Residence Village apartments are available in 1- and 2-story layouts, each with three bedrooms. Bedrooms in Residence Village are 15’ x 14’. Specific furnishings provided are listed below.

Building Highlights

  • A townhome-style complex with four buildings, populated by sophomore, junior, and senior students
  • Co-ed by unit, each accommodating up to 6 students
  • Units have three bedrooms and 2 (or 2 1/2) baths
  • Rooms accommodate two students with individual double door closets, desks and chairs, shelves, chest of drawers, and twin-XL beds which are adaptable as bunk beds
  • Two cable and internet outlets in each bedroom
  • Bedroom dimensions: flat unit 15'x13', bi-level unit 15'x14'
  • Living room furnished with one couch, two chairs, large coffee table, side table, lamp and barstools
  • Common living room has cable, internet and a phone outlet
  • The kitchen consists of a refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher, double sink, and adjacent dining area with bar-style seating
  • Washer and dryer are provided in each unit
  • A 24-hour common area where students can check their mail, watch television in front of a gas fireplace, and play billiards
  • Community computers and printer for student use are located in the 24-hour common area
  • Students who are 21 years and older are permitted to have beer and wine

Staff

The Residence Village staff includes three Resident Assistants, a Lead Resident Assistant, and a Peer Minister. The Residence Village staff works together to promote educational, social and cultural development of Regis students. All staff members are trained in referring residents to the appropriate resources on campus, proving to be a great ongoing resource for all residents. The staff also act as role models to promote campus involvement, resident hall community and faith development.

Two-Story Apartment Layout

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One-Story Apartment Layout residence-village-layout-1floor.jpg