Campus Residence Halls

Woodlands Residence Halls


Placements of students:

- First-year Freshman are housed in Woodlands 1 and 2
- Transfer students are housed in Woodlands 2, 3, 4 and 5
- Returning upper-class students are placed in the remaining Woodland Halls 3, 4 and 5

The Woodlands Residence Halls are a collection of five buildings constructed along a series of courtyards.

All Woodland Hall are a mix of doubles (2 to a room) and triples (3 to a room).We DO NOT have deisgnated single rooms. 
Beds are NOT bunked and all furniture is along the floor. Student rooms come furnished with the following items: 
  • student bed (twin XL) 
  • student mattress (twin XL) 
  • night stand (with wheels or without) 
  • 2 stackable drawer
  • wardrobe (tall)
  • desk
  • desk hutch
  • desk chair
  • data ports (DS-3 service)
  • Independent heating and central air controls

Reisdence Halls come furnished with: 

  • Social and study lounges on each floor
  • Laundry and kitchenette facilities on each floor
  • State-of-the-art security and fire safety technologies

Kerry Rose Fire Sprinkler Notification Act

Old Westbury has long been committed to maintaining a comprehensive fire safety program for all members of the Old Westbury community. At Old Westbury the Woodlands residence halls have a sprinkler/standpipe system which includes 100% of resident rooms.  All residence halls have a smoke detection system with automatic alerting to the fire department and University Police.  Residence halls with burning gas also have Carbon monoxide detection, in full compliance with Amanda’s Law. The college prohibits dangerous items from residence’s rooms such as candles, high wattage appliances, and extension cords; a full list is available within the guide to campus living on our website. Residence halls are all equipped with fire extinguishers and emergency lights.
Old Westbury is concerned about the safety of every individual on campus and therefore has very strict fire safety regulations. Students who do not observe these regulations jeopardize the safety of others on this campus and therefore will be subject to disciplinary action.  Fire and life safety programs must receive community-wide support in order to be effective. Cooperation from all students any time a fire alarm sounds is expected.
Students who misuse, tamper, or otherwise disturb fire safety equipment, including smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, pull stations, and fire doors are subject to disciplinary action which may include the cost of restoring the equipment. These students will be referred to the Student Conduct Process.
·        General questions relating to Fire Safety as well as access to the Campus Fire Safety Report can be directed to the University Police Department at (516) 876-3333. 
·        The report is also available at