About Our Residence Halls

UNC Asheville offers 11 residence halls with a variety of floor plans and accommodations, as well as five residence halls which make up The Woods, an upperclassmen apartment community. Governors Hall is home to the Office of Residential Education and Housing and Student Life Operations. Check out the residence halls below to take virtual tours and learn more about their amenities.

Founders Hall

A seven-story residence hall, Founders Hall is located near the Dining Hall and Highsmith Student Union, and features suite-style rooms. Learn More

Governors Hall

Governors Hall features single and double rooms arranged in suites and overlooks the soccer field with views of Mount Pisgah. Learn More

Governors Village

Governors Village residence halls offer single rooms for 100 students. Each suite of four rooms shares a bathroom and common area. Learn More

Mills Hall

Mills Hall houses students in suites comprised of two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a den, and features an outdoor volleyball court with grills. Learn More

Ponder Hall

Ponder Hall includes single and double rooms arranged in suites of 4-6 students, and features a common living area and large bathroom. Learn More

The Ridges

South Ridge and West Ridge are situated in a wooded area near the Botanical Gardens and houses students in double rooms. Learn More

The Woods

The Woods features apartment-style housing for upperclass students, with laundry rooms on site and full kitchens in each apartment. Learn More

 

Year-Round Housing

Year-round community housing is available in The Woods for the entire academic year, inclusive of winter and summer breaks. Learn More

Hall Councils

Residence Hall Councils are created within each residential living area. They participate in providing programs for residents as well as giving guidance to Housing and Student Life Operations and Residential Education regarding needs in each particular residence hall and in living areas across campus. Many initiatives have recently been created by the various Hall Councils. These include:

  • Input on Mills Hall bathroom renovations
  • Room furniture selection at the Ridges
  • Exterior improvements at Mills, Founders, and Governors Hall
  • Security camera and access control additional locations

The residence halls exist to provide you, the resident, the best living experience possible. Because of that, your voice is important and we consider your opinions seriously. If you would like to be a part of positive changes and additions to the residence halls, participating in Hall Councils could be for you. If you need more information, please contact Blair Jenkins.