You'll love living at Stephens College. Our residential halls are conveniently located just minutes away from academic buildings, where you'll not only attend classes and meet with instructors but also where you'll find yourself using computer, design, fashion and science labs between classes.
We offer a variety of housing options to make sure Stephens is comfortable and affordable. You may choose to live in a community-style hall, where you'll share a large bathroom (that our custodial crews will keep clean for you!) or suite-style rooms, where two rooms share a private bathroom.
All of our rooms include two beds with standard twin-sized mattresses, desks, chairs and dressers. And there are options to customize your room, including a chance to paint with permission and for a fee.
Every hall has a full kitchen and vending machines if you want to grab a snack while enjoying TV, complete with VCR and DVD players, in the lounges. Each hall has a computer lab with a laser-quality printer open 24 hours, as well as wireless Internet access.
And in our residential halls, students can use our washers and dryers to do laundry for free!
All residential halls are locked 24 hours and have 24-hour access to campus security and residential life employees.
By living on campus, you will be among a community of Stephens women who can be great friends and study partners. You'll also be close to the numerous social programs and activities we host on campus all year.
Take a look at our housing options. Remember that our rooms are unique.*
The suite-style rooms in Pillsbury, reserved for freshmen, feature ceiling fans and hardwood floors. The building is named for Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Pillsbury in recognition of their contributions to the College. Mrs. Pillsbury was a long-time member of our Board of Trustees.
Named for its unique architecture, Tower Hall offers suite-style rooms for sophomores, juniors and seniors, complete with central heating and air conditioning. Residents can relax or watch television in spacious lounges or head to the designated quiet floor, where a quiet environment is mandated to allow students to study. Pets are allowed on the second and third floors. Tower also includes housing for students in the Honors Program. Upperclassman can enter a lottery process to get a single or double apartment in Tower.
Searcy Hall, also known as Pet Central, houses students who bring their pets to campus. Searcy features balconies and cozy lounges on each floor that are perfect study spots! The hall, named after beloved former professor Laura Searcy, is open to any student and residents share community bathrooms. Students can opt for single or double occupancy.
Prunty Hall houses students who bring pets with the second floor reserved for Kappa Delta sorority. Prunty, named after former dean Merle Prunty, provides balconies and study lounges. Residents share community bathrooms, and students can choose between single and double occupancy.
The recently renovated Wood Hall is available to sophomores, juniors and seniors and features one- and two-bedroom units air-conditioned and fully furnished. The first floor accommodates students with pets, and each floor has a community kitchen and common areas. Wood is named for former Stephens College President James Madison Wood.
Also recently renovated, Columbia Hall offers two- and four-bedroom apartments for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Each apartment is fully furnished, air-conditioned and includes a kitchen with refrigerator, stove and a sink, as well as a private bath. Laundry facilities are provided on each floor.
* Specific housing information subject to change.
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