Housing

Living on the Trevecca campus puts you at the center of daily university life. You're close to your classes, professors, and academic resources such as the library and multiple computer labs. You're connected to campus life, activities and events. Best of all, you don't have to worry about paying utility bills, buying furniture or driving to class.

As a resident, not only are you at the center of campus life, you are also part of an exciting Christian community. In fact, your residence hall is a small community in itself, and as a member, you learn how to get along with other students and work together as a team. You become involved with new ideas, engage in stimulating conversation and learn about other people.

Smart living is living on campus. It's the best of everything in one affordable package - uncomplicated living that's also exciting and fulfilling! It's the difference between being immersed in a total university experience or just being a part of it.

Residency Requirements

All non-married students under the age of 23 at the time of registration, who are enrolled for six or more credit hours per semester and do not live at home, are required to live in college residence halls and participate in the meal plan. Exceptions to this policy are made for unusual cases only. Single students may qualify for an exception based on the following criteria:

  • Living at home with parents in the Nashville area
  • Living with mature relatives other than parents
  • Approved rent-free housing when job provides it as a condition of employment

Application for exception should be made through the Office of Student Development well in advance to the start of the semester. The residency requirement does not apply to students enrolled for summer school courses.

Students who are enrolled for five or less credit hours, are 23 years of age or older, have a previous baccalaureate degree, have been previously married, or have children who desire to live in residence halls may do so subject to permission from the Office of Student Development. For more information contact the Office of Student Development by e-mail or by calling 615-248-1245.

Suite Style Residence Halls

Approved Appliances

Cooking in Benson, Georgia, Johnson and Tennessee Residence Halls is limited to the following appliances:

  • hot pots
  • popcorn poppers
  • blenders
  • coffee pots
  • refrigerators (not to exceed 6.0 cubic feet)
  • MicroFridges

Although microwaves, other than the MicroFridge, are not to be kept in the individual rooms, a microwave is available in each of the main residence halls for everyone’s convenience.

MicroFridge

The MicroFridge is a combination refrigerator/freezer and microwave oven that is designed for today’s student. It holds, stores, and prepares all the beverages, frozen foods, and microwave products that one regularly enjoys at home but in the compact space that you call "home" when you are away at school. The MicroFridge design is approved for several reasons: it requires only a single plug and automatically cuts off power to the refrigerator/freezer whenever the microwave is turned on so that it never draws more than 10 amps or overloads a circuit. The University leases these units on a first-come/first-served basis at a cost of $150 per year. Lease agreements are available through the Office of Student Development, 615-248-1245.

For more information about this convenient appliance, download the following PDF:

Benson Hall

Community Make Up

This residence hall houses approximately 250 male students (Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors).

Room Measurements

Room Number Room Dimensions Window Dimensions
1 (Single)* 11' 3.5" x 8' 7.5" 36"H x 32"W
2 18' 8" x 11' 1.5" 48"H x 72"W
3 15' x 14' 2.5" 48"H x 96"W
4 18' 3" x 11' 1.5" 48"H x 72"W

Furniture Provided

  • 2 Beds (36" x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 2 desks with bookshelves
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 chests of drawers

* Room 1 has furnishings for only one student.

Additional Information

Number of Floors 4
Laundry 1st floor
Vending 3rd floor landing
TV 1st and 3rd floor lobbies
Prayer Room 1st floor
PC Computer Lab 1st floor

Georgia Hall

Community Make Up

This residence hall houses approximately 95-110 female residents (Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors).

Room Measurements & descriptions:

  • All rooms 11' x 16'
  • Windows 60"W x 50"H

Rooms are arranged as suites with four students per bathroom. Individual rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided

  • 2 Beds (36" x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 2 desks with bookshelves
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 chests of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 4
Laundry Basement floor
Prayer Room 2nd floor
PC Computer Lab 3rd floor
Study Room 3rd Floor
TV 1st lobby
Vending 1st floor lobby

Johnson Hall

Community Make Up

This residence hall houses approximately 95-110 female residents (Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors).

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • All rooms: 11' x 16'
  • Windows: 60"W x 50"H

Rooms are arranged as suites with four students per bathroom. Individual rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided

  • 2 Beds (36" x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 2 desks with bookshelves
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 chests of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 3
Laundry 1st floor
Prayer Room 3rd floor
PC Computer Lab 2nd floor
Study Room 2nd Floor
TV 1st lobby
Vending 1st floor lobby

Tennessee Hall

Community Make Up

This residence hall houses approximately 95-110 female residents. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors.

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • All rooms: 11' x 16'
  • Windows: 60"W x 50"H

Rooms are arranged as suites with four residents per bathroom. Individual rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided

  • 2 Beds (36" x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 2 desks with bookshelves
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 chests of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 3
Laundry Basement
Prayer Room 3rd floor
PC Computer Lab 2nd floor
Study Room 3rd Floor
TV 1st floor lobby
Vending 1st floor landing

Apartment Style Living

Bush Apartments

Community Make Up

These apartments approximately 35 female residents (Juniors and Seniors). These apartment-style units provide a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for upperclassmen who are in good social standing. Students desiring to live in these apartments must apply with the Office of Student Development located on the 3rd floor of Jernigan Student Center.

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • Two bedrooms, one common room, bathroom and kitchen. Rooms vary in size.
  • Windows: vary in size but mini-blinds are provided
  • Rooms are arranged two residents in each. The bathroom is shared by all four residents. Rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided (per person)

  • 1 beds (36"x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 1 desk with bookshelf
  • 1 desk chair
  • 1 chest of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 3
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Redford Apartments

Community Make Up

These apartments approximately 80 female residents (Juniors and Seniors). These apartment-style units provide a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for upperclassmen who are in good social standing. Students desiring to live in these apartments must apply with the Office of Student Development located on the 3rd floor of Jernigan Student Center.

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • One bedroom, one common room, bathroom and kitchen. Rooms vary in size.
  • Windows: vary in size but mini-blinds are provided
  • Rooms are arranged three residents in each. The bathroom is shared by all three residents. Rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided (per person)

  • 1 beds (36"x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 1 desk with bookshelf
  • 1 desk chair
  • 1 chest of drawers

Additional Information

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Number of Floors 3
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Shingler Apartments

Community Make Up

These apartments approximately 60 male residents. Juniors, Seniors. These apartment-style units provide a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for upperclassmen who are in good social standing. Students desiring to live in these apartments must apply with the Office of Student Development located on the 3rd floor of Jernigan Student Center.

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • One bedroom, one common room, bathroom and kitchen. Rooms vary in size.
  • Windows: vary in size but mini-blinds are provided
  • Rooms are arranged three residents in each. The bathroom is shared by all three residents. Rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided (per person)

  • 1 beds (36"x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 1 desk with bookshelf
  • 1 desk chair
  • 1 chest of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 3
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Wise Apartments

Community Make Up

These apartments approximately 24 male residents. Juniors, Seniors. These apartment-style units provide a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for upperclassmen who are in good social standing. Students desiring to live in these apartments must apply with the Office of Student Development located on the 3rd floor of Jernigan Student Center.

Room Measurements & descriptions

  • One bedroom, one common room, bathroom and kitchen. Rooms vary in size.
  • Windows: vary in size but mini-blinds are provided
  • Rooms are arranged two residents in each. The bathroom is shared by both residents. Rooms are not carpeted.

Furniture Provided (per person)

  • 1 beds (36"x 80", extra long twin mattress)
  • 1 desk with bookshelf
  • 1 desk chair
  • 1 chest of drawers

Additional Information

Number of Floors 2
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