The Office of Community Life is firmly committed to the concept that residence halls are to provide a place where students grow, experience the richness of community living and engage in learning outside the classroom. Dynamic communities form and contribute to each student's overall learning--intellectually, culturally, socially, emotionally and spiritually. On-campus living provides the proper balance of challenge and support for residents, which allows them to take responsibility for themselves and for their development.
Resident living at Benedict College is designed with the student in mind. Our goal is to provide a clean, comfortable, and safe "home" in which the student can live, work, study, and build relationships. Living on campus gives the student a tremendous opportunity to interact with students from many different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. It also allows them to enrich themselves by taking part in many social, intellectual, emotional, physical, cultural, and spiritual events.
- Theft Insurance, Firearms, Drugs and Identification Cards
- Student Limited Fire and Theft Assistance Plan (PDF)
- Penalty For Boarding Students Moving Out Early
- Community Life Student Handbook
To apply for housing, submit Residence Hall Application and Contract.
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