Some of the most impactful experiences you will have at Emmanuel College happen both in and out of the classroom. Being part of the residential community will provide you with opportunities to enrich your college experience with lasting relationships, environments for spiritual and personal growth, and the chance to cultivate a positive transition into your career field.
Two of the main residence halls on campus have been recently renovated, and Roberson Hall, a brand new, state of the art facility opened in August 2011. When you add the fact that half of Emmanuel’s student body lives on campus, you can realize that Emmanuel College Residence Life is a dynamic and exciting part of the college that you will want to be a part of.
New Student Housing Application
Emmanuel College Residence Life Guide 2013-2014
Returning Student Housing Application
Residency Exemption Application
Housing General Information
What to Bring to College
What are the residency requirements?
Emmanuel College requires all full-time students to live in a college owned residence hall unless a student meets the criteria outlined in the Residence Life Guide above. If a student does not meet one of these criteria, he or she can submit a residency exemption petition which will be reviewed by the residency exemption committee
Are there housing options for married and/or non-traditional students?
Yes. College owned rental property is available to married or non-traditional students, space permitting. These locations are in close proximity to campus.
Can I request a roommate?
Yes. On the housing application, there is a space to request a roommate. It should be noted:
(1) Roommate requests may not be granted unless both parties consent to living together.
(2) While the College attempts to honor housing requests, we cannot make any guarantees
If I don’t request a roommate, how will one be chosen for me?
The College assigns roommates based on the information provided on the housing application and other provided documents.
When will I receive my housing assignment?
The College makes room assignments based on acceptance and student account status. Students who have settled their accounts will have higher priority placement. Once made, room assignments are visible on the student information page on the College Registration System (CRIS) website.