A branch of Webber International University
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The Equestrian program features a 300 acre state of the art equestrian center, and has fielded regional and national championship teams with IHSA, USEF, NCHJA, IDA
Residence Halls

 

 

 

Residence Hall Resident Director Residents Handicapped Accessibility Bunkable Beds Keyless Entry Alcohol- Free
Albemarle Randy Hernandez Co-Ed X X    
Concord

Darian Cahill

First-Year

Male

  X   X
Granville Britney Bennett Female X X   X
Orange Justin Chavis Co-Ed X      
Pate Jennifer Roberts Co-Ed X X X  
Mecklenburg Jennifer Roberts First-Year Female   X   X
Winston-Salem Chris Michela Male   X    
Wilmington Shana Schroeder & Katie Jaskulski Female   X   X

What is already in my room/hall?

All residence halls offer:

  • 2 high speed internet connections

  • Air conditioning and heating with temperature control.

  • Furniture that can be stacked/lofted any which way (safely!) so that you and your roommate can customize your room in most halls.

  • Phone system (caller id, call waiting, voice mail, and call forwarding)

  • Cable TV (over 60 channels)

  • Free laundry facilities in each hall.

  • Each hall has four to eight suites consisting of six to eight rooms, a large bath and suite lounge.

  • Each Suite Lounge contains a community Microwave provided by the school.

Resident Directors
A Resident Director is the professional responsible for supervising personnel and the total educational and developmental program within the residence hall.  This includes supervision of the Resident Assistants (RAs), program development, policy enforcement and facility management.  RDs are part of the Student Affairs staff, are college officials, and report to the Dean of Students.

 

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St. Andrews University
A branch of Webber International University
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
(910) 277-5555 • (800) 763-0198 • (fax) 910-277-5020
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