Wilson Residence Hall
Wilson Hall, which was constructed in 1994, has four floors with a mix of room configurations. The building is set up in apartment/suite style where students share an apartment with three other residents. The building is co-ed by apartment. Students enjoy the air conditioned suites, elevator, laundry facilities, and study room(s).
The building is named in honor of Haywood Lester Wilson, a 1958 graduate of Winston-Salem State University. From 1969 until 1992 he served the university in multiple capacities, including director of student affairs, vice chancellor of student affairs, and acting chancellor of the university.