First Year Living
New students are generally assigned to Gage, Marquess, Rice, Scott and Sloss Halls, which comprise the Churchill Quadrangle. Within each Quadrangle building are eight suites with four two-person rooms and a bathroom in each suite (with exception of Sloss Hall, which consists of 9 suites). Every residence hall room contains two beds, desks, bureaus and closets. Residents are provided with their own student identification card with an assigned proxy number, which allows access to the suite through a proxy locking system. Individual keys are issued to the resident to their room.
Two Resident Advisors, who are Westminster undergraduate students, staff each residence hall. Resident Advisors are primarily responsible for maintaining an atmosphere in the residence halls that is conducive to study, relaxation and sleep. They are responsible, moreover, for enforcing the College's rules and regulations in the residence halls, and are trained to be of assistance to their residents for all kinds of questions and concerns brought to their attention. The Resident Advisors work with the Student Government Association Senators and the residents to make residential life a positive learning experience.