2013-2014 Important Dates:
10/12 - Homecoming
10/18 - Fall Break - no classes
11/27 - 11/29 - Thanksgiving Break - no classes
12/9 - Final Exam Week begins
12/13 - Residence Halls close at 7:00pm
1/12 - Residence Halls re-open at 10:00am
Baldwin Wallace residents finished first in the nation in recycling bottles and cans, and 112th nationwide in total recycling efforts! For complete results of this year's RecycleMania, please visit the RecycleMania Website
With approximately 1,900 students living on campus, residence life is an important part of the BW experience. We are responsible for facilitating an atmosphere that allows students the opportunity to study, a place they can develop social relationships with their peers, encouraging personal growth and development, while learning about living in a community - all while supporting the University as an academic institution. Living on campus is about completing your college experience - making connections with friends, getting involved, and interacting with faculty and staff!
All full-time students are required to live on-campus their first and second year entering Baldwin Wallace University. Residency exemptions are made for commuting students who are living with their family or have have other qualifying circumstances.
Make your BW experience the best it can be. Live on campus!
Lead Resident Assistants
The Lead Resident Assistants (LRAs) are, from left to right, front to back, Mitch King (Apartments), Laura Lagania (Apartments), Jon Gannon (Findley/North), Bri Carter (21 Beech/Davison), Peter Amendola (Heritage), Courtney DeSchepper (Kohler/Harding), Matt Cintron (Carmel/Constitution) and Julie Wagner (Ernsthausen). In addition to being RAs with a floor of residents, they are also an integral part of the administration of Residence Life at Baldwin Wallace University. Our LRAs help plan and facilitate RA training in August, run check-ins while the Hall Directors are at other functions, coordinate many of the meals during training and opening, and assist the Hall Directors with day-to-day things in the halls. Where most residents will have contact with the LRA team is with work orders - if there is ever anything wrong with your room or the building you live in, it is most likely that one of the LRAs was responsible for planning the work order to have the concern addressed and then followed up to ensure the work was completed. For all of their work and effort, the LRA team was recognized by the National Residence Hall Honorary as the "Spotlight of the Month" for our region, which includes Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland.