At Patrick Henry College, part of living well during the college experience means having the leadership in place to make sure your student's needs are met. Down below are the resident assistants (RAs) of each dorm. These students, handpicked by the office of student life, are here to look after their respective students under their care. They are here to act as the touchpoint between the student life and the administration and provide care, guidance, advice, and spiritual leadership in their dormitories.
The largest of the five dorms, Red Hill, also known as D5, is named after the house of Patrick Henry and consists of seven wings. This is a dorm known for its community, energy, competitiveness, and love of learning.
Named after the famous house of George Washington, Mount Vernon, also known as D1, is a girl's dorm with a youthful and energetic personality. The girls that reside here bring a lot to Patrick Henry College's community.
Monticello is named after Thomas Jefferson's famous residence in the countryside of Virginia. The historical founding father drew a balance between playing a role in government and having a soft spot for the country. Only a 45-minute drive from Washington, D.C., Monticello and its residents share a love of a similar balance. Monticello is known for its culture of gentle yet industrious residents.
Named after the house of James Madison, a founding father and the fourth President of the United States, Montpelier, also known as D3, is the third girl's dorm at PHC. It's known for being a peaceful dorm for creative and lively young women.
Oak Hill is one of the two men's dorms on PHC's campus and is named after the house of James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States. Located at the back of campus, this dorm known as D4 is a community-centered dorm with a lively culture. The men that live in this dorm are known for their loyalty and dedication.