Ipswich is Piedmont's newest dorm on campus and is a dorm for upperclassmen males. Each suite has four bedrooms with with their own private bathrooms. There is also a common room in each suite and a small kitchenette area with a double sink, cabinets, and counterspace. The dorm also has a small exercise room, a study area, a laundry room, and a large meeting room with a big screen television and a pool/ping pong combination table. There are three floors and elevator access is available.
Ipswich Room Layout
Two of the bedrooms come with one bed, one desk, and one dresser. Two come with two bunk-able beds, two desks, and two dressers. All four rooms are currently single occupancy. The common room comes with a couch, sofa, two end tables, a large dining room table, and six dining chairs. The kitchenette area includes counter space and cabinets, a microwave, and a refrigerator.
Click the photos below to see floor plans of Ipswich suites.
Residence Hall Staff
Zach ThomaswickResident Director, Ipswich, New Bedford, and Plymouth
I was born an hour north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I moved down to Dahlonega, Georgia at age twelve. I attended Piedmont College for my undergrad degree in Secondary Math Education and minored in History. I am in my first year as a grad student in Piedmont’s M.A. program in Secondary Mathematics as well as in my first year as Resident Director for Ipswich, New Bedford, and Plymouth Halls. At Piedmont, I was a Resident Assistant for two years, my first being in Purcell hall and my second being in Johnson Hall. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, camping, rappelling, caving, backpacking, sports, and any other outdoor activities.
Nic Sridej, SeniorResident Assistant, Ipswich