Adams Hall is a corridor style, first year, co-ed building conveniently located right across the street from Butterfield Dining Hall. Adams is part of URI’s “Freshman Village,” which also includes Barlow, Bressler, Browning, Butterfield, Hutchinson, Merrow, Peck, Tucker, and Weldin.
A quaint residence hall built on strong connections, residents in Adams Hall will develop strong connections with their peers and staff in the building. Home to 220 students, many Adams Hall residents say they feel like they know everyone in the building. Adams Hall was built in 1958 and has received a number of renovations in its time.
There are hallway bathrooms (male and female specific) on each floor that are maintained by URI custodial staff.
There are no kitchens in the rooms, so a meal plan is required.
|Size||N/A||11′ by 16.5′||15′ x 13′|