In 1965 the University, then called Roger Williams Junior College, purchased over 60 acres of farm land in Bristol from Dr. Marshall Fulton and Mrs. Mary Howe Fulton. The first buildings were designed by Kent Cruise and Associates and built by the Gilbane Company, both of Providence, Rhode Island. Completed in 1969, the campus consisted of seven buildings: a classroom-lecture hall, a science-math building, a dining center, a library, an administration building, a residence hall, and a boiler house.
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