Seeley Hall

490 Waldemere Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604

Eligible students: Undergraduate, co-ed
Number of residents: 185 (approximately)
Featured Living Communities: UB Rec and Health and UB First

UB students outside Seeley Hall
 

Seeley Hall is located near Marina Dining Hall and has a fantastic view of the Long Island Sound and Seaside Park. This traditional co-ed style residence hall offers standard double rooms. Residents of Seeley Hall are able to take advantage of a game room, laundry room, community kitchen, and television lounge on the hall’s main level, as well as community lounges and study spaces on each floor.

 

Building Amenities

  • Views of the Long Island Sound and Seaside Park
  • Game room
  • Television lounge
  • Community kitchen
  • Laundry room
  • Lounges and study spaces on each floor
  • WiFi
  • Secured entrance with cameras
  • Smoke detectors with voice evacuation systems

Room Amenities

  • Micro fridge unit (combination of a fridge/freezer/microwave)
  • Each student receives a:
    • Closet
    • Dresser
    • Bed
    • Desk
    • Chair

Staff

Seeley Hall’s staff consists of six Resident Assistants (RA) that are supervised by a Resident Director. 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 Seeley Hall are expected to contribute and respect others in the hall community.

Living Communities

UB Rec and Health: Experience the outdoor and indoor excitement that the UB area has to offer. As an LLC member, you will participate in a variety of programs that focus health and wellness, intramurals and recreation, such as hiking, indoor climbing, flag football, Co-ed Volleyball, nutrition/cooking workshops, mindfulness and self-care. The goal is to build skills in stress management, sportsmanship, responsibility and managing interpersonal relationships and to provide an environment for students to make healthy lifestyle choices, develop residents as ethical leaders and agents of positive change while supporting their well-being and academic goals.

UB First: The UB first community provides an inclusive environment for Purple Knights who identify as first-generation college student defined as neither parent/guardian has earned a bachelor’s degree. This community will give residents a space to cultivate diverse and supportive relationships with peers, faculty, staff and many other resources. The goal is to assist in navigating university life, increase faculty and staff interaction, and utilize campus resources.

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Seeley Hall
490 Waldemere Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604

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