Freshmen and sophomore women are assigned to Margaret Harris Residence Hall and sophomore and junior women are assigned to Burton Residence Hall. Students qualifying may apply to live in campus apartments if available.
Harris Residence Hall
Margaret Harris residence hall houses all freshman women and some sophomore female students. Harris is set up for two females in a room each having a bed with an extra long twin mattress, closet or wardrobe, dresser or chest, and desk with chair. All rooms have a full bathroom for the two to share. Additionally, Harris Residence hall has a laundry area, A/C, as well as a central lobby with a TV (with basic Cable TV) . There is a computer area for students and also an exercise room and kitchen that students may reserve for group parties or meetings.
Burton Residence Hall
Burton Residence Hall is for sophomore and junior female students. This hall is set up for two females in a room each having a bed with an extra long twin mattress, closet or wardrobe, dresser or chest, and desk with chair. All rooms have a full bathroom for the two to share. Burton Hall also has a laundry area, A/C, as well as a central lobby with a TV (with basic Cable TV).
Each residence hall is supervised by a full-time Resident Director (RD), who has an apartment located just off the residence hall lobby. The RD’s are available to assist students as the need arises.
Harris Hall – Peggy Oliver; 334-202-2476 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Burton Hall – Sarah Olguin; 334-467-1913 or email@example.com
WHY LIVE ON CAMPUS:
Living on campus has many benefits. First, learning to navigate relationships, conflicts and sharing responsibility and life with others are great ways to practice becoming a full-fledged adult. Living on campus also affords students the convenience of being located close to class, resources for study, student activity and engagement and saves time, money on travel and travel expenses.
If you have questions, please call us at 1-800-879-9816 at extension 7184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To see costs for housing visit: Undergraduate tuition and associated fees