On Campus Housing

Residence life at Cedarville University fosters lifelong friendships and unforgettable college memories. Approximately 80 percent of our undergraduate students live on campus. You will be living amongst upperclassmen and underclassmen and learning together from a variety of backgrounds, opinions, and experiences. Life in the residence halls should promote your spiritual growth, while encouraging healthy academic habits and providing opportunities for learning how to live in a community.

Nearly all of the rooms on campus are double occupancy. Each residence hall room is provided with necessary furniture: bunk beds, chest of drawer(s), closet or wardrobes, computer cart with desktop computer, desks, and desk chairs. Residents share a common lounge area outfitted with DirecTV. Additionally, there is wireless Internet service in the entire building. Each building also has one or two laundry rooms that can be used by residents free of charge.

The following men’s residence halls have extra-long twin beds: The Hill, Lawlor Hall, Brock Hall, St. Clair Hall, and Rickard Hall. Unless noted previously, all other dorms have standard twin beds.

» Read the Residence Hall Guidelines
» Learn about the residence halls
» Select your residence hall and roommate