Victorian, lush gardens
WRA has ten different dorms on campus, with a different style for every taste, from boutique to homey to historic. Faculty live in the dorms as house parents and 24/7 teachers.
bright, spacious, above the dining hall
lovely, pristine, elegant
Beautifully renovated, rich with tradition
classic, attached to the athletic center
small and cozy
apartment-ish, on the Green
steps from the Wang Innovation Center.
- Will I have a roommate?
- What is a dorm head?
- Can I decorate my room?
- What is provided in the room?
- What happens if I don't get along with my roommate?
- Can I cook in my dorm?
- How is my roommate determined?
- What happens if I get sick?
- Will my room have wifi?
- Can day students sleep over in the dorms?
- Can a boarding student sleep over at a day student's house?
Learning to live with someone different from yourself is a fundamental and critical piece of WRA's residential life program and it is through living with a roommate that some of the most poignant memories and life lessons are shared and learned. Boarders will be given tools and freshmen will have some formal training in how to advocate for yourself, actively listen, negotiate and more. Issues or conflicts are resolved with a dorm head, duty crew member, prefect, advisor and/or the Office of Student Life. Only in highly unusual circumstances will we allow a roommate switch to happen.
Day students are welcome in the dorms when they are accompanied by a dorm resident. Only with special permission may day students be in the dorm common room, or in the dorm in general, during study hours. Day students can spend a weekend night with a boarder friend with permission from the dorm head and the day student parents.