Residential Life

Two female students in their dorm room, look at a laptop screen together and laugh

A personal retreat, your hall is the place where you can kick off your shoes and truly be at home. At UNE, we understand that where you live and with whom you live are important parts of college life. The University reserves six residence halls for first-year students only, making it easier for first-years to bond and form what are often life-long friendships. Residential life is a vibrant part of our on-campus community: living, working, studying and playing here, you won't miss a beat.

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First-year residence halls—Assisi, Avila, Padua, Siena, Featherman, and Frederick—are track style and traditional style residence halls. These halls have community bath facilities and common lounges, kitchens, and laundry rooms. Upperclassmen live in suite-style arrangements in Champlain, Sokokis, East, and West Halls. Suites contain kitchenettes and living rooms, with full kitchens and community lounges located in each building.

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The staff members in the Office of Housing and Residential/Commuter Life are here to help with all of your questions and concerns about residential life. Visit our website, stop into our main office in East Residence Hall, call us at (207) 602-2272, or email us at housing-office@une.edu.

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