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Residence Life at Reinhardt University

On behalf of the Residence Life staff, let us invite you to become a resident in one of our residence halls or apartments.

Life on Campus is a Community Experience

The residence halls and apartments provide more than just a place to sleep.  They will provide an opportunity to become part of a community that fosters academic and personal growth.

Enjoy Fun Opportunities

The Residence Life Office provides an environment that allows students to participate in fun programming opportunities:

  • Late night movies
  • Coffeehouses
  • Video game tournaments
  • Other exciting activities

Life on campus has so much to offer socially and academically.

Be More Likely to Achieve

Research shows that students living on campus are more likely to achieve a higher grade point average, take less time to earn their degree, and become more involved in student organizations and leadership opportunities.

Some of these benefits of living on campus include:

  • Caring and Committed Staff
  • Fun programs and activities
  • Exciting living & learning environment
  • Weekly Prayer and praise services
  • Form life long and close friendships
  • Library and computer labs near by
  • No commuting time
  • Smoke Free and Drug Free housing facilities
  • Dry Campus (alcohol is not permitted)

We encourage you to fill out a Residence Hall Application and return it to the Office of Residence Life as soon as possible. Your stay on campus will be one of the most memorable and rewarding experiences of your college career. We encourage all students to consider becoming a residential student as the benefits are tremendous.

Meet Our Staff

Our Residence Life staff is dedicated to making your time on campus a positive and enjoyable experience.

Please Note: Students attending the Waleska Campus with less than 30 semester hours and under the age of 21 must:

  • Live in the campus residence halls or
  • Live with their parents or
  • Live with their spouse.

Reference: Academic Catalog

For more information

  • Office of Residence Life