Upperclassmen students can choose to live in New Bedford Residence hall during the housing room selection process. New Bedford residents live in a one-bedroom, shared bathroom layout.
Built in 2009, New Bedford Hall is named for New Bedford, Mass., and the area in New England where many of the first Congregationalist supporters of Piedmont University lived. Suites in this residence hall include private rooms with a shared bath. There are two floors with elevator access. New Bedford features an outdoor deck with a view of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains and a whimsical whale-shaped weathervane. This residence hall has a study, laundry room, lobby with big screen television and pool/ping pong combination table.
New Bedford Hall suites include two bedrooms with a bathroom connecting the dorm rooms. Each room is set up with a bed, dresser, desk, microwave and fridge, night stand, and closet. Two people share a bathroom with a shower and sink. Toilets are separated by a door from the rest of the bathroom. FULL FLOORPLAN [PDF]