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Richmond House

Richmond House

Contact: The Office of Residential Life
Location: Northwest side of campus, on the corner of Seward Pl. and Nott St.
Size:
136 first-year students on four floors
Format:
Single-gender by floor
Room options:
Doubles and a few singles
Room dimensions:
Varies from 10.5' x 10' to 15' x 12'

Room furnishings:

  • Extra-long twin bed, set of drawers, closet, desk and chair (one per resident)
  • Telephone jack, basic cable (can upgrade) and Wi-Fi / Ethernet hook-up
  • Blinds on windows
  • Carpeted floor

Common amenities:

  • Lounge on lower level with large-screen TV and DVD player, pool/ping pong table, foosball table, study tables, whiteboards, and comfy furniture
  • Soda vending machines
  • Courtesy campus phones
  • Hi-efficiency laundry facilities
  • Wheelchair accessible

Uniquely Richmond:

Richmond House is named for Dr. Charles A. Richmond, president of Union from 1909-1928. A medical room is available in this hall to accommodate students in need of a private, clean recovery area.