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Residence Life

The College at Southeastern offers an array of options for housing, depending on age and level of degree completion. Our on-campus students participate in the House System, which provides community and discipleship along with a comfortable living space. Goldston Hall and Lolley Hall are the designated residence halls for students in our House System. The other areas of campus housing are our seminary managed apartments.

Students age 21 or above are not required to reside in campus housing

The following Undergraduate Residency Policy is in place:

  • All residential students who are under the age of 20 years old are required to live on-campus in the residential dorms.
  • All residential students who are 20 years old but have completed less than 75 hours toward their degree are required to live on-campus in the designated residence halls.
  • All residential students who, at the beginning of the upcoming semester, are the age of 20 and have completed 75 hours toward their degree, may apply to live (or remain) within the residence halls (provided space is available) or may live in another area of campus housing.

Exception:

  • Students who are married.

Housing Exemptions:

  • Students who marry during enrollment will be allowed to move out immediately.
  • Students who are 20 years old prior to the beginning of a semester and have completed between 60-74 credit hours toward their degree may apply to live in another area of campus housing.*
  • Students who will be living with their parents or legal guardians.*
  • Students who have dependents.*
  • Students who are dually-enrolled.*
  • Students with certified medical needs or other circumstances.*

*Requests for an exemption must be made to the Housing Office in writing. All exemptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. All requests for exceptions or exemptions must be submitted before the following deadlines to be considered:

For current students :

  • October 31 for spring semesters
  • March 31 for fall semesters

For incoming students:

  • December 15 for spring semesters
  • July 31 for fall semesters

 

The Housing Office retains the right to deny a request or initiate a move due to space limitations. The Housing Office retains the right to deny a request due to academic or disciplinary standards.

For students who meet the exceptions to our residence life policy, we have a wide array of affordable housing options. For more information, including photos and floor plans, see here.

 

Click here for the College Residence Hall Housing Guidebook. 

Click below for the Dorm Housing Agreement. 

Dorm Housing Agreement