York River Hall
York accommodates freshmen in suites connected by a shared bathroom.
Students join a learning community of shared interests, supporting each other during the college transition.
Santoro River Hall
Two- or three-person rooms are connected to another by a shared bathroom. Santoro is adjacent to Commons dining hall.
Potomac River Hall
Residents live in suite-style units and share a common living area and bathroom.
James River Hall
Second-, third- and fourth-year residents live in a combination of suites, apartments and theme units.
Greek Village houses third- and fourth-year residents who are members of fraternities and sororities.
Warwick River Hall
Primarily second-year residents live in four-, five- and six-person suites and share two community kitchens.
All residence halls have electronic entry systems and are staffed 24/7.
Living on campus has enormous benefits, and each residence hall is designed to help you move toward independence and self-reliance
Community and Involvement
Shared common spaces in every residence hall expose you to different people and situations and make it easy to get involved.
Third- and fourth-year students can live in two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments located above retail establishments.
Rappahannock River Hall
Third- and fourth-year students enjoy single- or double-occupancy rooms with private bathrooms and an attached parking garage.
Your Home, Your Space
Why Live Off Campus?
On-campus apartments include a full-sized kitchen, washer/dryer, furnished living room and a dining room with table and chairs.
Life at CNU
Your years at Christopher Newport will empower you to explore and reach your full potential.