Life is Good on the Hill
Welcome to The Hill!
From the moment you and your family pull up to your residence hall on Move-in Day, you become part of the Badger community. Student, faculty and staff volunteers will swarm your vehicle, unload it in record time, and transport your belongings to your room in your new home. That's how we do things on The Hill, because we're a family.
On-campus living for first-year students
of freshmen live on campus
All full-time, traditional undergraduate students not residing locally with parents or legal guardians are required to live on campus and participate in a campus meal plan. First-year students are required to purchase the unlimited meal plan.
Each residence hall has Resident Advisors (RAs) who provide leadership, enforce college policies, coordinate activities, and serve as valuable resources for students.
Learning Communities are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Housing assignments are typically emailed to first-year students in mid-July.
Our Core Principles
RAs host more than
200 student-centered programs
and events in the residence halls each year
- Respect for oneself
- Respect for others
- Respect for property
Your Residential Living Options
Spring Hill College provides two types of first-year residential housing options: learning communities in Viragh Hall and community living in Toolen and Walsh Halls. Both options provide opportunities for students to make new friends, actively engage in their community, and feel at home. Each room has Internet access, heat and air conditioning, and a full cable package. Most rooms are double-occupancy with the following items provided: extra-long single bed, dresser, desk and chair. Single rooms and private bathrooms are not available to freshmen.
Residents to commuters
(Freshman Class )
Community living focuses on a wide variety of learning interests and outcomes. You will be part of an active, close-knit community marked by mutual respect for one another in an environment that is consistent with the mission and character of Spring Hill College. Community Living housing is located in Toolen and Walsh Halls.
Double 16'6" X 10'
Double 16' X 15'6"
A learning community is a group of students linked together by a mutual interest and common residential learning experience. Learning communities enhance the residential experience by allowing students with shared interests and pursuits to live together and support one another through planned learning activities and informal interactions. Learning Community housing is located in Viragh Hall.
Double 17'3" X 12'6"
Learning Community Options
Outings and programs will include learning about various types of food, music, dancing and religions from around the world.
Service in the Ignatian Spirit
In helping others, we will not only build up our community but also reach our own potential.
Explore community art exhibits, plays, films and concerts based on the group's interests while enjoying the arts available on campus.
Fitness & Recreation
This community will get you active and keep you active throughout the year.
Become energized and focused on how your health affects both your class work and your personal life.
The Great Outdoors
Do you enjoy the great outdoors? You will be able to experience all that southern Alabama has to offer.