Living on Campus
Faulkner provides a variety of on-campus living facilities for our full-time, traditional students. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who are single and do not live with their parents or legal guardians are required to live in campus housing. Traditional unmarried seniors or students who are 20 years old may live in the on-campus apartments as long as space is available.
Each campus residence provides a safe living environment staffed by a full-time Residence Hall Director and is fully-furnished, complete with private baths, laundry facilities and wireless internet.
All on-campus residents are required to purchase a 14 or 20 meal per week plan. Meal plans may be used at the J.L. Perry Cafeteria or the Grille, which offer a variety of hot entrees, sandwiches, salads or snacks.
Meal plans are also available to off-campus students and apartment residents.
Vehicles – Students are permitted to keep motor vehicles on campus if properly registered. Students are expected to abide by all campus traffic regulations.
Faulkner University provides campus security 24 hours a day. Faulkner also operates the Eagle Alert system which sends critical information to students via email, text or voice messages.
A registered nurse is on duty from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to provide free services for minor illnesses and injuries. In case of an emergency or should a student require more serious treatment, a group of physicians are on call.
Faulkner provides free basic postal services to on-campus residents, including a mailbox. The University Mailroom also provides additional fee-based postal serves such as USPS stamps, special delivery options, UPS services, and FEDEX services.
Printing services are available on campus. Eagle Mail & Print powered by RICOH is located in the Student Commons.