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Architecture & Heritage: Salve's Seven Estates

A guide to the architecture and history of Salve Regina's most notable buildings.

Preservation Awards for Salve Regina University

  • 2014: Arthur Ross Award for Stewardship
  • 2013: Newport Restoration Foundation's Doris Duke Historic Preservation Award (Ochre Lodge carriage house)
  • 2006: National Historic Landmark (Antone Academic Center)
  • 2003: Newport Historical Society's Historic Preservation Award (Stonor and Drexel Halls)
  • 2002: Newport Historical Society's Historic Preservation Award (Tobin Hall)
  • 2000: Official projects of Save America's Treasures (Ochre Court and Wakehurst)
  • 2000: Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission's Preservation Award for Stewardship
  • 1999: National Trust for Historic Preservation's National Preservation Honor Award
  • 1999: Newport Historical Society's Historic Preservation Award (Young Building)
  • 1997: Preservation Society of Newport County's Antiquarian Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Historic Preservation
  • 1997: Victorian Society in America's Resolution of Appreciation

Source: Campus preservation of Salve Regina University

Heritage master plan

McAuley Hall


A unique view of McAuley Hall and its circular garden. Named for Sister Catherine McAuley, founder of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, this house was the centerpiece of the Vinland estate.