Living on Campus
Your home on The Hill
Spring Hill College has 8 residence halls, and 90 percent of our students live on campus. In fact, Spring Hill guarantees you housing for four years.*
Each room has Internet access and a full cable package. Residential living at Spring Hill ranges from traditional residence halls to “pod living” configurations to apartments. All of our residence halls are fun, comfortable and convenient to the rest of the campus.
Residents are automatically part of a close-knit, active community marked by mutual respect and learning that is consistent with the mission and character of Spring Hill. From late-night pizza parties to study groups to floor socials, you’ll form lasting bonds with fellow students and enjoy an experience like nowhere else.
Important Dates and Deadlines
In order for you to make the appropriate arrangements for arrival and departure from campus, the Office of Residence Life would like to make you aware of the following important dates and deadlines. For the 2016-2017 Academic Year, the following are key dates that pertain to living on campus:
- September 2, 2016 (12 noon): Deadline to make changes to your meal plan
- October 10-11, 2016: Fall Break
- November 23-25, 2016: Thanksgiving holiday
- December 10, 2016: Residence Halls Close at 12:00pm
- January 7, 2017: Residence Halls Reopen
- May 4, 2017: Residence Halls Close at 12:00pm for Non-Graduating Students
- May 6, 2017: Residence Halls close at 6:00pm for Graduating Students
The Mission of Residence Life
Residence Life provides a safe, comfortable home where students can grow intellectually, physically, spiritually, socially, and emotionally.
Contacting Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life is located within the Student Affairs suite in the Student Center.
Office Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday
Phone: (251) 380-3028
*All full-time, undergraduate, traditional students not residing locally with parents or legal guardians are required to live in the College residence halls for four years. Exceptions are made for extenuating circumstances.