Bostwick Residence Hall

Bostwick Hall Staff Group Photo
2018-19 Bostwick Hall Staff
Entrance to Bostwick residence hall
View from the rear of Bostwick residence hall
Silhouette of student entering Bostwick residence hall at night

Bostwick Residence Hall, an original Reynolda Campus building, is named for Jabez Abel Bostwick, a New York City benefactor known as the father of the Wake Forest endowment. A business partner of the Rockefellers, Bostwick was the Treasurer of the Standard Oil Trust and CEO of two major railroads in New England, which are represented on the crest by the locomotive. The corridor-style co-ed residence hall houses first-year students.

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

 

 

 

Location
Gulley Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Style: Hall
Gender: Coed
Capacity: 200

Floor Plans

Room Details

  • Average Room Dimensions: 12’6″L X 12’6″W X 7’10” H
  • Closet Dimensions: 5′ X 3′ X 8′ 2″
  • Window Size: 3′ 4″ X 4′ 2″, Blinds
  • Floor Covering: Tile, White
  • Wall Color: Off-White
  • Multi-port Wireless Access Point: One
  • Electrical Outlets: 3-4
  • Heating & Air: Individual
  • MicroFridge®: One Per Room
  • Sinks in Room: No

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: 1955 / Updated 2015
  • Capacity: 200
  • Fire Safety: Smoke Detectors, Sprinkler System, Alarms
  • Hall Staff: 9
  • Amenities: Formal Parlor, Basement Lounge, Lounge per wing, Community Kitchen, Community Laundry, and Sun Deck.

Hall Staff

Hall Director:

Resident Advisers