Residence Life FAQs
Trevecca strives for a residence life that is conducive to the educational success and the holistic growth of each residential student. The residence life staff goals are to model a vibrant Christian lifestyle, implement learning outcomes, provide well-maintained living areas, and encourage all to live out God’s call in day-to-day challenges.
How do I sign up for a room and a roommate?
All new students, living on or off campus, must provide residency information to the Office of Student Development. This process is completed online. Click here to see instructions for students who have been admitted to Trevecca and have already paid their $200 enrollment deposit fee.
Is there a curfew?
Yes, there is a curfew. Curfew for freshman is 12:00 AM Sunday - Thursday and on 2:00 AM on weekends. Curfew for upperclassmen is 2:00 AM every night.
What appliances can you have in the room?
Students are allowed to have a microwave and fridge in their dorm room. Trevecca also offers students the opportunity to lease a microfridge. For more information, email Joyce Snodgrass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Am I allowed to have guests stay the night?
Yes. If guests stay the night, they must fill out an information card and give it to the dorm they stay in. Guests can stay up to three nights and then it becomes a $15/night charge.
What do I do if I have a maintenance issue?
If there is a maintenance issue, students should fill out a maintenance request and Plant Operations will take care of the issue.
May I stay on campus over Christmas break?
Students may stay over Christmas break, but they must request a hall pass from Student Development. Students staying over Christmas break will be charged $15/night.
How do I order a bedloft?
Go to www.bedloft.com and follow the prompts. Ordered bedlofts will be waiting for students when they arrive for check-in on move-in day.
What can I use on the walls to hang decorations?
All wall decorations should be hung using 3M Command strips.
Can I have a private room?
If space allows, students may pay extra for a private room. However, private rooms are provided based on the cumulative number of hours earned. Those who are juniors and seniors would qualify before freshman and sophomores.