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Residence Halls

 

 

NCWC has six residence halls on campus.  While all of our halls offer almost identical ammenities the personalities of each hall is unique!  You will be able to find not only a place to rest but a home while with us. 

All freshmen will be assigned to our Freshmen Campus which houses Petteway and Edgecombe Halls.  The Freshmen Campus will have programs geared towards academic and social transition to North Carolina Wesleyan College.  Once all bed spaces are filled in Petteway and Edgecombe we will place incoming freshmen in our other residence halls.  Click here to print a copy of the Residence Life brochure

Freshmen Campus

Edgecombe Hall:  A single gender residence hall housing freshmen women.  Some upper class women may also live in Edgecombe Hall. It is located on the south side of the campus near the Health Center, the Gym and Petteway Hall.

Petteway: A single gender residence hall housing freshmen men.  It is located on the south side of campus near the Gym and Edgecombe Hall.

Transfers, Sophmore, Junior and Senior Campus

Nash:  A co-educational housing for upper division students.  It is located on the north side of the campus next door to the Pearsall Library.  A community kitchen can be found in this hall.

Collins:  A co-educational, double room housing for upper division students.  Collins is on the north end of campus located in between the tennis courts and the President's House.

Centura:  A co-educational single room housing for upper division students. These single rooms are 8'8" by 11'3" and the window is 62 ½" long by 42" wide.  A community kitchen can be found in this hall.

Boddie: A co-educational, single room housing for upper division students.  These single rooms are 8'8" by 11'3" and the window is 62 ½" long by 42" wide.  A community kitchen can be found in this hall.

Townhomes: Single gender townhomes housing six students per unit for upper division, academically motivated students.