The Ridge Neighborhood
Nestled within the relaxed, collegial atmosphere of over 400 UNC Bears at Lawrenson Hall is home to the Transfer Student Residential Learning Community home to up to 55 students who have transferred to UNC. In this community, students can connect while accessing campus resources and developing networking skills. Lawrenson and Belford Hall are the home of UNC's Pet Friendly Residential Learning Community, where students can bring their dog or cat live with them on campus.
Students residing in Lawrenson Hall can stay in their rooms during Winter and Spring breaks. The apartment and suite-style living break availability make Lawrenson a great option for International UNC Bears.
Lawrenson Hall was built in 1973 and as UNC's tallest building has great views. Lawrenson is located on West Campus near the Campus Rec Center, Michener Library, Holmes Dining Hall, and West Campus Academic Buildings.
- 2-Person Studio/Efficiency Style Apartments
- 4-Person Apartments
- Gender Inclusive
- ADA Accessible Rooms Available, please see the Disability Resource Center for Housing Accommodations
- Pet-Friendly Option
- Open for Winter and Spring Break Housing
Lawrenson Hall Features
Lawrenson Hall Amenities
The Pet Friendly community is one of our most popular options at UNC. Although every pet must go through an approval process before arriving on campus, this a place where you can live with your pet. If you are a pet lover, but don’t have your own pet to bring to college, this is also a great place for you! You’ll need to complete additional application documents to be considered for this community.
Transfer - Lawrenson Hall
Coming to UNC as a transfer student and looking to live on campus? This community, in an apartment-style building, is a great place for incoming transfer students to find connections with others going through the same transition.