Rams Commons Hall Profile
Theme Housing: Band, Choir, Honors
Buildings: 4 and Community Center
Number of floors: 4
Number of rooms? 146
Air Conditioning? Yes
Study Room(s)? Yes
Exercise Room? Yes
Kitchen Access? Kitchenette in apartment
Laundry Facilities? Yes
Furniture: Fully Furnished
North : Stadium Drive
South: Wilson Hall
West: Vargrave Street
East: MLK Drive
Rams Commons opened in 2002. It is a $17 million, complex of four buildings and the Rams Commons Community Center that contains study and computer rooms, an exercise facility, and a convenience store. It is named after the University’s Mascot and sits across the street from the Rams Statue that graces the entrance to campus.
Rams is a 440-bed co-educational residence facility where students live in apartment suites. Rams Commons is a four building complex. Each building contains two-bedroom and four-bedroom suites with bathrooms. The kitchen area has microwaves and refrigerators. In 2013-2014, one for RAMs buildings will be designated for Band and Choir. Two Rams buildings will be for upper-class Honor students. The remaining building is designated for Junior and Senior students who have earned 45 credits and have a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
Shemika Withers joins WSSU from High Point, North Carolina. In 2007, she received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Elon University, and in 2009 she earned a master’s in Organizational Psychology from Walden University. She worked previously at High Point University. Withers is excited to be a part of Winston-Salem State University! The overwhelming pride and school spirit at WSSU drew her to working here. Her passions include helping others through leadership and service. She volunteers for the Salvation Army and the United Way and serves as part of a mentor program at her local church.