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Make Friends and Discover Mentors

At our close-knit, open, and friendly community, you’ll find a lot of support. There’s plenty to do and countless ways to get involved. Imagine spending your college journey surrounded by Reinhardt Eagles—the smart, inspiring people who will become your friends and mentors.


Get to Know RU

As a new student, starting life at college can be overwhelming. Transition into college living with ease and confidence. Our New Student Orientation program will help guide you every step of the way.

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Where to Live

Our nine warm and welcoming residence halls and apartments are great places to live. By living here, you’ll have easy access to everything on campus and have plenty of chances to make new friends.

Hasty Student Life Center

The Heart of Campus: Hasty Student Life Center

Everyone gathers at the Hasty Student Life Center. It’s a friendly and fun spot for hanging out with friends in the Talon Rec Room or grabbing a coffee in the Starbucks, or some late-night grub at the Nook. Check out what’s there:

  • The Nook: Get your favorite late-night snack like burgers, pizza, and wings, fries, and more!
  • Starbucks: Get your favorite hot and iced blended coffees, pastries, on-the-go meal options and snacks.
  • Reinhardt Central: Stop here for the latest news and events, sign out some outdoor and sports gear, or pick up a classic board game.
  • The Landing Bookstore: Visit the bookstore in person or online for all your college needs like books, gear, Eagles merch, and more.
  • Student Affairs Offices: Learn more about our programs and activities outside the classroom. Stop by and chat with our staff, who are eager to help you.
  • Student Government Office: Share your needs and concerns with our student body leaders. Connect and find out how you can help make RU even better.
  • The Talon Rec Room: Hang with your friends will playing a game of billiards, air hockey, ping pong or just chilling and watching some TV.
  • Bannister Glasshouse: Check out this amazing event location with a view of our beautiful campus. We host a variety of fun campus activities here.

Get Involved

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Clubs and Organizations

What are your passions and interests? With over 40 active clubs and organizations, you are sure to find one that appeals to you. Find your place through getting connected and involved with Reinhardt’s student organizations.


Campus Life and Traditions

Looking for something fun to do? You’ll find a full calendar of student events at Reinhardt. At Reinhardt, there’s plenty to see, do, and experience. Make friends and memories through a variety of events and activities.  Take a look at some of the fun activities and new traditions you’ll experience at Reinhardt University.

RU Campus Ministries

Spiritual Life, Leadership, and Service

Reinhardt has roots in the United Methodist Church. Deepen your faith through learning, leading and service as well as developing strong bonds with others.

Get Active

At RU, you’ll have lots of exciting ways to stay active and have fun. Our beautiful campus lets you enjoy nature and the outdoors, like exploring the nearby North Georgia mountains. Plus, all students can use our sports and fitness facilities.

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Fitness and Recreation

Take your pick. There’s always something to do at Reinhardt. You can enjoy indoor workouts, intramural sports, or the many outdoor activities on our campus. And when you need a rest after a workout or a difficult exam, reserve a spot in one of Reinhardt’s Hammock Pods!

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Do you love the thrill of competition? Whether you’re an athlete or simply a fan, explore the rosters of Reinhardt’s 26 men’s and women’s athletic teams. Enjoy the team spirit on the field or in the stands.

Ready to Start Your RU Journey?

If you’re already excited about Reinhardt, let’s get you one step closer to making it your home. Get started today!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Student Life

Whom do I contact about student life and activities?

We welcome you to visit us on the upper level of the Hasty Student Life Center. We’re here to answer questions or hear suggestions to improve your campus experience.

Meet the Student Affairs Staff

Walter May
Dean of Students

Josh Garner
Director of Spiritual Life Leadership & Service

Ty Hatter
Director of Prevention & Awareness

Becky Worsham
Assistant Director of Campus Engagement & Recreation

What academic support and services are available?

RU has academic and support services and a library and learning center to help students succeed.

Academic Support and Success

Need a mentor to help you with tutoring? Have learning or accessibility needs? Or just want help navigating your college experience? We’re here to support you.

Library and Learning Center

Need info or research help? The Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center staff are here to help.

Can international students attend Reinhardt University?

We welcome students from around the world. We want you to feel valued and supported throughout your time at Reinhardt. We are excited to help create a meaningful experience during your stay at RU.

What career services do you offer?

College isn’t just about getting a job. It’s about finding your calling.

Do you want help to discover the role that best matches your talents, dreams, and aspirations? Our staff is ready to provide you with career resources and services such as:

  • Career planning
  • Choosing a major
  • Exploring careers
  • Finding a job or internship during college
  • Applying to graduate school
  • Job leads for graduates
  • Resumes and cover letters
  • LinkedIn profiles
  • Interview and career fair preparation
  • Networking strategies
  • Salary negotiations

Is it easy to get around on campus?

RU is an easily walkable campus. Most living halls and main buildings are centrally located on the main campus. View Our Virtual Map 

You’ll need a parking permit to park your vehicle on campus. Parking permits are available from the Public Safety Office. They are located on the first floor of the East Apartments. View Parking Policies

Most parking lots have spaces reserved for people with disabilities. Need more help getting around campus? We’re here to help you access the campus safely. Contact Academic Support Office

What’s the food like on campus?

We’re pleased to offer you tasty, healthy meals from our dedicated food staff.

Meal Plans

Meal plans for the 2024-2025 school year can be seen by clicking here.

If you have questions about meal plans, please contact

Gordy Dining Hall

The Gordy Dining Hall is a staple of RU dining. Here, you will find a variety of things to eat, including:

  • Homestyle favorites at Main Plate
  • Grilled delights at J. Clark’s Grille
  • Fresh-made pizza at Villa Toscana
  • Options for vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free diets
  • ​Local favorites and much more

The Nook

Our late-night eatery is in the Hasty Student Life Center. You can enjoy a full line of Starbucks beverages, burgers, pizza, wings, fries, and more!

Starbucks at the Hasty Center

Need a pick-me-up? Our baristas serve Starbucks drinks such as hot and cold coffee, espresso, tea, and Frappuccinos. You’ll also find breakfast sandwiches, pastries, snacks, and grab-and-go items.

Where do I find information about health and safety on campus?

Keeping you healthy and safe is our top priority. The Student Health Center and the Public Safety Office are here to help support and protect you during college.

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center helps you stay healthy. Our team of nurses is here for regular appointments to treat minor sicknesses and injuries, give advice, and help prevent health issues. They also have helpful materials to teach you about health. All our services need an appointment. To make an appointment with the Student Health Center please call the office at 770-720-5542, or you may schedule on-line through the Medicat Portal. Same day appointments are usually available. Walk-in availability cannot be guaranteed. Counseling Services are available through Virtual Care Group. Students can access a behavioral specialist 24/7, 365 days a year from any device. Students can book a counseling appointment through Virtual Care Group (VCG).

Health Services | Smith Johnston Hall

Public Safety

Public Safety works hard to make the campus safe and friendly for everyone—students, teachers, staff, and visitors. We handle student ID cards, parking permits, and the EagleAlert emergency system. If you ever need help, like a jump-start for your car or an escort to your vehicle at night, we’re here for you.

We provide 24/7 Public Safety Services.
The office is located on the lower level of the East Apartments.

Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for non-emergency assistance, Monday-Friday.

Non-Emergency Phone: 770.720.5789
Emergency Phone: 770.720.5911

Behavioral Intervention Team

With students facing high levels of stress in their lives, faculty and staff may encounter students whose behaviors are concerning, disruptive, or threatening towards themselves or others. To respond to the safety needs of the campus, Reinhardt University has established the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) under the leadership of the Dean of Students. BIT serves as the centralized body for discussion and coordinated action regarding disruptive, problematic, dangerous, threatening or concerning behavior that might impact the safety or well-being of a student and/or the campus community. BIT responds to non-emergency concerns and uses a proactive approach to discuss potential problems, intervene early, and develop appropriate courses of action for referred students. The goal is to support students who may be in distress or whose behavior is of concern to others before it rises to a crisis level.

Make a Referral:

To find out more click here.

Title IX

Reinhardt University is committed to promoting healthy relationships through dialogue and education toward the elimination of sexual violence. These educational activities include the dissemination of information, interactive educational programming, referrals for survivors as well as for their friends and family, and structural intervention within Reinhardt University. Reinhardt University strictly prohibits acts of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual violence hate acts.


Title IX Coordinator

Kristy DeBord, PHR, SHRM-CP
Director of Human Resources
Burgess Administration Building


To find out more visit

Prevention and Awareness

The Office of Prevention and Awareness seeks to create a safer and healthier campus by providing prevention and awareness programs, events, and activities, as well as outreach, and advocacy for all Reinhardt students. OPA engages students and campus partners to implement initiatives to cultivate a culture where students engage in positive, protective health and well-being behaviors. OPA also ensures that the victims of crime at Reinhardt University are educated on the rights and services available are refer to the appropriate office and or organization.

For more information you may contact the Office of Prevention and Awareness at