By living on campus, you’re just steps away from friends, professors, classrooms, labs, dining and free laundry facilities! You’ll also have access to facility crews when needed and 24-hour, 7-day security.
We have traditional residential halls, special housing communities and apartment-style suites and options —all with residential advisers and programming. We also have pet-friendly housing and halls where pets are not allowed.
Columbia Hall, recently renovated, offers two- and four-bedroom apartments. 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. Columbia is a pet-free hall.
The suite-style rooms in Pillsbury feature ceiling fans and hardwood floors. Pillsbury includes both pet floors and pet-free 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.
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.
The architectural twin of Pillsbury, all of the rooms in Roblee are suite-style and pet-free. (Note there is no air-conditioning in Roblee.)
Searcy Hall, historically known as Pet Central, is entirely pet-friendly. 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.
Named for its unique architecture, Tower Hall offers suite-style rooms, complete with central heating and air conditioning. Tower is entirely pet-friendly. Residents can relax or watch television in spacious lounges. Tower also offers apartments.
The recently renovated Wood Hall features one- and two-bedroom units air-conditioned and fully furnished. Each floor has a community kitchen and common areas. Wood, which is a pet-free residence hall, is named for former Stephens College President James Madison Wood.
*Some features subject to change.
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