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Aquinas HallAquinas Hall

Open to sophomore students, Aquinas Hall is located at the helm of the West Campus Quad.  Housing options are primarily triple rooms with a limited number of single and double rooms.  Aquinas Hall is co-ed by wing with four wings of female students and three wings of male students. Featured on the first floor is a large 24-hour study and recreation lounge open to all students.

Founded in 1939, Aquinas Hall was named after Saint Thomas Aquinas and is the first residence hall on the Providence College campus. Aquinas Hall is the second oldest building on campus, Harkins Hall being the first. Initially, Aquinas Hall was furnished with a dining hall, recreation room, study lounge, and chapel.

Aquinas Hall Residence Life Staff:

From left to right: Sara Ratto (RA), Meghan Lescault (HRA), Marco Aurelien (RA), Federica Bucca (HD), Monique Walmsley (RA), Robert Cleary (RA), Jermoh Kamara (RA), Melvin Kaska (RA).





 

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