Residence Halls comprises three residences: Lakeview Hall, Maple Hall, and Riverton Hall. Each environment promotes studious activities, spiritual growth, social interactions, safety, and healthy living.
Lakeview Hall is the female dormitory (residence) located on the southwest end of the campus. It has 4 floors and is divided into north and south wings. Rooms are set up to house two people with a bed, closet, desk/dresser and shelf area for each person. The rooms are fully furnished with the exception of linens and toiletries.
Maple Hall is the male dormitory (residence) located on the eastside of the Administration building. It has three floors and is divided into north and south wings. Rooms on the south of the building are single occupancy rooms with a communal bathroom on the far south of each floor. Rooms in the north wing are double occupancy with two rooms sharing one bathroom, potentially 4 people per bathroom.
Riverton Hall offers a unique apartment style living community. It is located a block directly east of the Facility Maintenance / Transportation building. Residence Halls manages 2, 3, and 4 floors. Suites vary from bachelor to 4-bedroom units and are fully furnished with the exception of linens and toiletries. Floors are gender specific. Males and females are only allowed on their designated floors. These suites are reserved for single students 21-30 years of age.
In a Seventh-day Adventist Christian environment such as ours, residents strive to uphold the principles of the dorm and an appropriate standard for cooperative living.