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Three students walk outside of Abare Hall

Abare Hall

Abare Hall is our newest residence hall that was built in 2017. Named after retired President Dr. William T. Abare Jr., the residence hall sits on the west side of the FEC Towers and is on the banks of the San Sebastian River. Abare Hall provides an opportunity for residents to live in suite-style living on campus, and is a 10-minute walk from the center of campus.

The Complex is centered around the core value of Citizenship with Integrity. Residents who live within the hall will find themselves immersed within a residential community that values honesty, respect for our community, and the ways in which our actions impact larger communities. RAs program around ideas and values of giving back to the local community, building better relationships with each other, and individual responsibility.


Floor Plans


Amenities for Abare Hall

  • Commons areas on every floor with flat-screen TVs, study spaces, and furniture designed to build community
  • Laundry rooms on every floor with wash sinks
  • Trash rooms on every floor
  • Open-faced closets
  • Prep area for cooking



Contact Residence Life

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8AM - 5PM


Student Services Room 224,
2nd floor, Ringhaver Student Center

Students seated on couches in the Abare Hall commons