Angelou Residence Hall

Maya Angelou Residence Hall, named after the poet, actress, author and civil rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou, completes the neighborhood of first-year residence halls on the south end of campus. Dr. Angelou was also the Reynolds Professor of American Studies at the University from 1982 until 2014.  The residence hall houses first-year students in a co-ed corridor-style layout with a classroom, media/game room, lounge/break rooms with kitchens, study rooms and a recreation lounge.

The Office of Residence Life and Housing along with the Deacon OneCard Office are located on the Ground Floor of the hall. The project is seeking LEED Silver Certification.

For immediate assistance during business hours, please contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 336.758.5185. If there is an emergency or for after-hours assistance, please contact Wake Forest University Police at 336.758.5911

 

 

 

 

Community Office Phone Number
336-758-7271

Location
Jasper Memory Ln.
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Style: Hall
Gender: Coed
Capacity: 224

Floor Plans

Room Details

  • Average Room Dimensions: 16′-10″L X 13’-6″W X 9′-4″H
  • Closet Dimensions: 4′-6″L X 2′-0″W X 8′-0″H
  • Number of Closets: 2
  • Window Size:  4′-0″W X 5’-4″H & 6′-0″W X 5’-4″H
  • Floor Covering: Vinyl Plank (Wood Look)
  • Wall Color: Off-White
  • Muli-port Wireless Access Point: 1
  • Electrical Outlets: 5
  • Heating & Air: Individual
  • Micro-Fridge®: One Per Room
  • Sink in Room: Yes

The measurements for the items listed above are general in order to help visualize rooms. Every room is unique and varies in dimensions, sometimes greatly.

Hall Details

  • Year Built: 2017
  • Capacity: 224
  • Fire Safety: Smoke Detectors, Sprinkler System, Alarms
  • Hall Staff: 8
  • Amenities: Parlor, Central Laundry Room with Vending, Classroom, Media Room, Recreation Lounge, Lounge with Kitchen per floor, and Study Room per floor.

Hall Staff

Hall Director:

Resident Advisers