Bodine Hall is a traditional undergraduate co-ed style residence hall that overlooks Knight’s Field, is located near Wahlstrom Library, as well as Seaside Park and Long Island Sound. Bodine is comprised of eight floors and it is the largest residence hall on campus and provides housing to approximately 400 students. Within Bodine Hall’s basement there is game room which includes a pool table, table tennis table, big screen television, community kitchen and laundry room for residents to use.
Bodine Hall’s staff consists of 14 Resident Assistants (RA) and 1 Senior Resident Assistant (SRA) who are supervised by a Resident Director (RD). The staff’s goal is to integrate both an academic and residential approach to the hall community as well as assist the residents in their educational, social, cultural and personal growth. The staff is to be used as a resource in a collaborative approach with residents to assist with the challenges of their new surroundings as well as to create a positive and academically centered community atmosphere. Residents of Bodine Hall are expected to contribute and respect others in the hall community.
Bodine Hall offers standard double rooms with a limited number of single rooms.
Each student receives the following:
Each room includes connections for cable and hi-speed internet (students must bring their own cable cord and Ethernet cable). Additionally, each room is equipped with a micro-fridge unit (combination of a fridge/freeze/microwave) for shared use by the students in the room. Knowing that fire safety is an important concern, all residence halls are equipped with smoke detectors with voice evacuation systems. The front desk of the hall is managed 24 hrs. a day by Residence Hall Monitors and Campus Security who coordinate the guest visitation process and serve as a resource for student concerns.
Joel Copperthite, Graduate Hall Director