Residence Life

 
Office of Residence Life
(440) 826-2114
reslife@bw.edu

Spring 2015 Important Dates:

4/10-4/11 - April Reign

4/12 -  Room Draw for 2015-2016

5/4-5/8 - Final Exams

5/8 - Halls Close at 10:00pm

Baldwin Wallace recycles more per resident than any other school in Ohio! Here are the 2014 Recyclemania results. The Grand Champion Category measures the recyclable percentage of total waste produced, Per Capita Classic measures amount of recyclable waste per resident, Gorilla measures overall gross tonnage of recyclable waste and the last three measure per capita for those types of recyclables.

 

Grand Champion: 61st out of 256 (4th in Ohio)

Per Capita: 26th out of 365 (1st in Ohio)

Gorilla: 140th out of 365 (11th in Ohio)

Paper: 94th out of 213 (6th in Ohio)

Cardboard: 137th out of 218 (9th in Ohio)

Bottles & Cans: 140th out of 208 (6th in Ohio)

 


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Residence Halls - so much more than just a place to sleep!

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!

Staff Spotlight

Hilary Hawk
Hall Director
Carmel & Constitution Halls

Hilary is a first year Hall Director at Baldwin Wallace University and was recently recognized as the CAACURH Region Advisor of the Month!  Hilary is earning her Master's Degree from Kent State University in the Higher Education and Student Personnel program and is currently interning with Cleveland State University in Recreational Camps and Competitive Sports. Before pursuing her Master's, Hilary attended Ashland University, was an RA for two years, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communication. Hilary would like to work in Residence Life when she graduates. She loves seeing students learn and grow throughout their collegiate years, especially while living in a community.  She loves spending time reading, exploring outdoors, and watching movies and television shows with her husband.  She also loves to bake and has a dream of opening a bakery one day. 


 

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