Student Life

North Hall

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North Hall debuted as the wellness theme-based living learning community in the Fall of 2011. The community is designed to provide resources and programming to residents to encourage them to incorporate various ideals of wellness into living an overall healthy lifestyle during their time at the University of Redlands and throughout their lives. With the involvement of community members, the Residence Life hall staff, and other campus resources such as the Fitness, Health, and Counseling Centers, the hall is a center for students interested in planning their own wellness goals, engaging in dialogue based on wellness topics, and creating a supportive living environment.

North is located directly across from many athletic facilities including the Fitness Center. North houses 100 students in air-conditioned, double rooms with hallway bathrooms and is co-educational. Returning students must apply to live in this community alongside first year students who are enrolled in wellness-themed First Year Seminars. The average room size in North is 12’ by 17’.

Residence Life and Housing is proud to add a Gender Inclusive Housing option for students in North Hall (also available in Bekins Hall, Holt Hall, Grove Apartments, and Brockton Apartments) for the 2015-2016 academic year. Students may choose to live with roommates of any gender or sex. No special application or disclosure is required, but students who wish to live in North Hall should apply for the Wellness Themed Community, and all students will be required to sign a contract ensuring that they understand the purpose and limitations of gender inclusive housing. With questions and concerns, please contact the Director of Residence Life and Housing, Leslie Krafft

Room Size: 12' by 17'

2014-15 North Hall Staff

Community Assistant Staff
Samantha Ochoa
Patrick Barnes

Adam Waitt - Resident Director

Cogeneration Plant
Cogeneration Plant

The state-of-the-art power facility enables the University to produce a majority of its own energy and has reduced the campus’s carbon footprint by 33 percent.

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