Residence Life

Explore Your Home Away from Home

Most undergraduate students live in one of our ten residence halls. These include a variety of furnished suite and apartment-style options.


Voted the Safest College Campus in America for 2021


We have 10 residence halls.


Our Residence Life team assigns students rooms based on available spaces and the date when your Residence Hall Application and deposit are received. Room assignments are also made based on the number of credit hours you have accumulated.

At Piedmont, specific roommate requests must be mutual. We make every effort to honor roommate requests, but they are not guaranteed. We take pride in attempting to match students with roommates who share similar interests and hope to create life-long relationships.

After the freshman year, returning students will be allowed to choose their fall residence hall placement during the Spring Semester. A housing deposit is required, prior to sign up, and will be applied to the Fall housing charges. If the room assignment is cancelled any time prior to taking occupancy, the housing fee will be forfeited to the college.

I like the small-school atmosphere. I like living on campus because you get to participate in more activities and meet more people.”
Christine Sheriff

Resident Assistants

Our Resident Assistants live on the halls with students and assist them with anything from roommate issues to rule enforcement as well as personal issues. They also host educational programs on the hall and help build community among the residents.

Assistant Directors

Our Assistant Directors of Residential Living are full-time professionals who live in the residence halls and supervise Resident Assistants. These professionals have backgrounds in higher education and foster a safe living and learning environment within their given communities.