About Burdick House

Burdick House is located along Cro Boulevard and is attached to Smith House. Burdick is the College's quiet housing and residents are expected to keep their volume at a reasonable level. Students of all genders and class years can apply to live in Burdick as an alternative specialty housing option.

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Capacity: 57
Common room
Vending machine

Meet the staff

Caitlyn Kay, area coordinator, REAL office

Caitlin Kay

Assistant Director - North Campus: Hamilton, Johnson, Lambdin, Morrisson, Park, Wright, Katharine Blunt, Larrabee, Smith/Burdick, Branford Houses

Caitlin Kay obtained her bachelor's degree in history with a focus in LGBT history in 2012 at Rhode Island College, where she was a resident assistant. In 2014 she earned her master's degree in higher education from Walden University and worked at the New Hampshire Institute of Art as a resident director. She currently attends Walden University working towards her Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership. In her time off, she loves to play with her cat Toulouse as well as making cosplay and work on jigsaw puzzles!

Smith Dining Hall

Smith Dining Hall

The Smith dining room is open for breakfast and a soup and deli lunch Monday-Thursday. Smith has been referred to as "the most intimate dining hall on campus, one where you really know the employees and the people that frequent the tables every morning."

Breakfast Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Continental Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
Lunch Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Payments Accepted: Meal Swipe, Dining Dollars, Camel Cash, Cash