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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2003-2005 General Information Student Life and Services Housing and Residence Life  

Housing and Residence Life

Woodward Hall, built in 1990, is a 10-story, suite-style residence hall for undergraduates. Each suite has three bedrooms (two students per room), a living room, a bathroom, and a vanity area. Each suite is fully furnished, has wall-to-wall carpeting, and has controls for air-conditioning and heat. In addition, each suite has an intercom connected to the security desk located in the lobby, which is staffed around-the-clock.

Woodward Hall offers a computer lab, laundry room, TV lounge, and kitchenette for students` use. The residence life staff is available for personal concerns as well as for planning a wide variety of activities and programs.

Undergraduates who are 22 years of age or older may request the opportunity to live in Talbott Apartments. In Talbott, four students share an apartment that offers either two or four bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a dining room, a bathroom, and a vanity area. Talbott Apartments also are staffed with security personnel at all times.

Both buildings are equipped with smoke and heat detectors and have sprinkler systems throughout all common areas and student bedrooms.

Housing is not guaranteed, and all students who are interested in living on campus are encouraged to apply as soon as they are accepted to Rutgers-Newark. For information, call the housing office at 973/353-1037.

For additional information, contact RU-info at 732/932-info (4636) or
Comments and corrections to: Campus Information Services.

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