Freshman Residence Halls
First-year students live in either Ligon Hall (women) or Searcy Hall (men). Hall events, programs, and gatherings enhance your first-year experience. In addition, Resident Assistants plan social, cultural, and educational events each month.
Upper-Level Residence Choices
Sophomores, juniors and seniors may live in Blount Hall. Blount rooms are in three styles: hotels (2 students), suites (4 or 6 students), or clusters (6 students). Within each room, residents share a common room, bathroom(s), storage closet, and small kitchenette (refrigerator, microwave, sink, and cupboards). Resident Assistants focus programming toward upperclass residents.
Huntingdon also offers more independent living in several spaces on- and off-campus, including Hanson Hall, Trimble Hall, and several houses on College Court. These spaces are reserved for upper-level students.
Residence Life Staff
Resident Assistants live on each floor and serve as the caretakers of the residence halls. RAs assist students with adjusting to college life, maintain and enforce College conduct standards, and help students become involved in college life. Each residence hall also has a full-time Residence Director who oversees the building and RA staff.
The Office of Residential Communities is part of the Office of Student Development. Contact the Office of Residential Communities for information about living on campus by emailing email@example.com.
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