For the 2015-2016 academic year, Ochre Lodge will serve as the Multicultural House living learning community, which promotes the understanding of difference, celebrates diversity and purposefully shares unique experiences with the rest of the campus community.
Designed by renowned local architect Dudley Newton and completed in 1883, this seaside villa is an excellent example of the Shingle-style villas built in Newport during the late 19th century.
Commissioned by Julia Eldridge of New York, the structure features balconies, alcoves and verandas in a variety of woods and finishes. Located on Ruggles Avenue, Ochre Lodge was given to Salve Regina in 1966 by Anita O'Keeffe Young, sister of American painter Georgia O'Keeffe.
Just the Facts
- Historic home/carriage house
- Housing capacity: 36
- Room options: Four singles, three doubles, six triples and two quads
- Amenities: Lounge and kitchen on the first floor
- Room and board
Building Type: Upperclassmen Housing