Campus Life at Spring Hill College

Spring Hill’s Mobile, Alabama campus is a vibrant center of activity, with numerous gathering points for students to interact and enjoy our thriving community. The majority of our students live on campus, so you can find your home away from home here.  

Our campus creates an atmosphere that encourages spiritual maturity, respect for diversity, personal and social responsibility, and learning both in and outside the classroom, students grow together, form lasting friendships and develop skills that will help them become leaders in learning, faith, justice and service.

The Spring Hill College campus provides opportunities to learn that extend beyond the classroom. Take advantage of all Spring Hill has to offer by joining one of our numerous clubs and organizations, get to know Mobile and our neighborhood and make full use of our student services that are here to help you have an exceptional college experience.

Student Life Events

Badger Connection

Check out Badger Connection at Spring Hill College! It’s a fun and educational summer orientation program for new students.

Week of Welcome

Week of Welcome (WOW) is jam-packed with events and activities to welcome new students to the Spring Hill family and welcome back our returning students. 

For more information, please email the Center for Student Involvement at

Family Weekend

Family Weekend is an annual tradition on Spring Hill’s campus. Our goal is to bring parents and families to campus to reconnect with their students and see what life is like as a Badger. To make this week special, Spring Hill College organizes events and activities that the whole family can enjoy.

Registering your family secures your place for events that require an RSVP and helps Spring Hill staff prepare for the weekend. Registration for the weekend is $75 per adult, $30 for ages 13-18 and free for any child under 12. Please note that some elements of Family Weekend will have an additional cost associated with them and will be indicated on your registration page.

Unless otherwise noted, program admittance at events that do not require an RSVP is granted on a first come, first served basis.

Any Questions?

If you have questions, do not hesitate to call (251) 380-3023 or stop by our offices in the Student Center.

*All full-time, undergraduate, traditional students not residing locally with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) are required to live on campus for four years and carry a meal plan.