Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about living on campus? We’ve got answers.
No, there is a limited amount of space within our residence halls. We encourage students to apply as soon as they can.
Of course, if there is someone that a student knows and would feel comfortable with, then we would love to accommodate them as much as we can. We do ask that they make sure that the person that they are requesting is in the same classification until they reach sophomore status, which is 30 credit hours.
Yes, it is possible for roommates to be changed. We do ask that all students give their living arrangement a 3-week trial period before we permit a change.
Currently, we have two primary first-year student residence halls: Purcell and Getman-Babcock (GB) and Wallace.
A suitemate is the person that the resident will share a bathroom or common area with. Their room is usually connected by a bathroom or living area.
No, we do not typically separate our students by sport, though we try to match all of our students up by personal interest. If a student requests to be placed with another athlete, we try to place them in the same suite or at least on the same hall.
Though there is no official age limit to our residence hall students, we do ask that all residential students be at least 18 years old and under 25 years old.
A Resident Assistant (RA) is responsible for creating a positive living environment for their hall or floor. The RA reports to the Assistant Director (AD), who is in charge of the entire residence hall.
Each residence hall has on-site washing facilities which are free for the students to use.
Yes, students are able to bring cars their first year. Each student will receive a car hang tag that will identify their residence hall and where they will be able to park.
Students do not have a set curfew, but we do ask that all students respect Piedmont visitation policies within the halls.
Students may have same-sex overnight guests over the age of 18. We ask that the guest not stay more than three consecutive nights and that the student notifies their Assistant Director at least 24 hours in advance.