All full time single students under 23 years of age are required to reside in the residence halls or with their parents unless special arrangements are made with the Dean of Student Services. There are six different residence halls on campus.
Campus Apartment Complex
There is an apartment complex on campus that is available for married students and single students who are at least 23 years old.
Student laundry facilities (washers and dryers) are available at various locations on campus. There are coin operated laundry facilities in all residence halls and in the apartment complex.
Wireless Internet connection is available in all buildings across campus. For students who do not have a personal laptop, there are computers available in Young Library and the computer lab in upstairs Lusby Center.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are members of the Student Services staff who assist the Directors of Women’s and Men’s Services in all areas of residence life. Each RA has a designated “section” of a dorm. The responsibilities of an RA include: maintaining order and harmony in the residence halls and on campus; conducting room checks to insure all facilities are kept safe and in good repair; reporting illnesses of students, maintenance requests and other irregularities to the Directors; providing devotional opportunities in the dorm on a weekly basis; serving as a liaison, sharing student concerns and serious problems with the Student Services staff; and offering peer counseling.