The general mission of Residence Education is to provide a safe, comfortable and appealing environment that is conducive to living and learning for all students who reside in the residence halls. Students who reside in the residence halls are given an opportunity to develop a sense of responsibility, human relation skills, socialization, working with others, sharing values and ideas, and developing positive attitudes.
Davage Smith Hall, established in 1970 and renovated in 1989 houses 274 male students.
E.L. Rust Hall, established in 1970, is a two-story building which houses approximately 194 female students.
Emma Elzy Hall, established in 1991, is a two-story building with a spacious Living Learning Center houses approximately 208 female students.
Gross Hall, established in 1965. is a three story building which houses approximately 90 male students.
Wiff Hall, established in 1965, is a three story building which houses approximately 90 female students.