University of Vermont, Central Campus Residence Hall

Before breaking ground on this new residence hall, our team spearheaded a study to assist the University in best assessing student needs. 

The study paved the way for a residence hall that created a synergy between academics, resident life, and campus dining programs by designing a facility that is a gateway for the campus.

Burlington, VA

187,500 SF


Year / Status

Creating a Place of Community

This seven-story residence hall for first-year students includes 699 beds, a central dining facility with seating for 550, fitness center, living/learning seminar rooms, and open lounge/study spaces throughout the building. 

A combination of unit types and central community spaces on each floor bring students together and create community. 

The dining facility is open to residents and the rest of the campus community alike, and also features a hands-on learning space for the College of Hospitality.

A Place for Students to Gather

The residence hall is located in the center of campus adjacent to the academic core. The building’s location, in coordination with the common arenas and dining offerings, makes it a main gathering place on Vermont’s campus. A bridge directly connects the residence hall to a new annex space within the entrance to the Howe Library.

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