Williamson Hall

Williamson Hall
Williamson Hall

Located in the Timbers, steps from Philbrook Dining, Williamson Hall is the host to our First Year Experience with programs and events geared to new Wildcats so you can get the most out of UNH.  It might be big but each floor is small, allowing communities to develop and strong friendships to be made.

The FYI desk in the lobby provides everything from directions to class to games and cooking supplies. Throughout the winter you will often find friends gathered around the main lounge fireplace.

Getting Here


24 Evergreen Dr.
Durham, NH 03824
United States

Hall Theme


  • First Year Students Only
     

Hall Director


Meet Hall Director Joey Hitchcock

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    Live Here

    There is never a shortage of activities and programs going on in Williamson!

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    Live Here

    There is never a shortage of activities and programs going on in Williamson!

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    Single Room

    Get creative with your own space in a single room in Williamson Hall.

     

  • Roll in access to building
  • Emergency speaker strobe in all rooms
  • Braille signs
  • Accessible laundry room
  • Elevator

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year

Double Room

 

2020-2021

2021-2022

$7,660

$7,738

Single Room

2020-2021

2021-2022

$8,590

$8,676

June, 1972

Dedicated June 10th, 1972. Named in honor of Dean P. Williamson a true New Hampshire man. Native resident of Concord. Student, business, civic and alumni leader. Trustee, Director, and President of the National Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. He has served this University with great generosity and distinction.

Residence halls with all first-year communities have an environment that is supportive and safe for first-year students transitioning into college. Everyone is going through similar struggles, asking similar questions and our staff is available to build community, connect them to campus resources, and help them make the most of their first year of college!

Many of these students are taking similar classes as well. Living here gives students the convenience of forming study groups, meeting lots of first-year students, and attending many community building events and hall discussions geared to their specific needs as new wildcats!