A large number of our students live on campus. Each residence hall is a place where you can unwind, study, talk to friends, listen to music, play games, wash laundry, find time to be by yourself or take time to repose in spiritual reflection. In other words, it is your home away from home.
The residence halls are also the place where lifelong friendships are forged. Living with fellow classmates from a wide variety of backgrounds, talents and interests makes the dorm “a learning lab” – a place where the appreciation of new people, new things and new ideas harmoniously reside. The trained resident dean and assistant deans are available for counseling, advising, organizing events, and communicating student needs to the Administration.
Named in honor of the late Dr. Grace Kimbrough, Kimbrough Hall was built in the early 1960’s and was designated as the young ladies’ new residence hall. It has enough space to house 76 young ladies and features several specialty rooms, including a large multi-purpose room, two exercise rooms, and a laundry room. In addition to the dean apartments, the dormitory also has a guest room.
Head Dean: Lisa Marshall / Assistant Dean: Tunichah Buttler
Named in honor of the late Robert L. Handy, Handy Hall was built in the early 1970’s and was designated as the young men’s new residence hall. It has enough space to house 92 young men and features several specialty rooms, including a recreation room, chapel, exercise room, and a laundry room. In addition to the dean apartments, the dormitory also has a guest room.
Head Dean: Walter Reddick / Assistant Dean: Auldwin Johnson