Lakeview Hall, Riverton Hall, and Maple Hall are co-gender dormitories located on the campus of Burman University. Our unique environment promotes study, spiritual nurture and social interaction. Two separate wings house women and men, with common use areas being the centre lobby, chapel, kitchenette, laundry room, and TV room. Rooms are fully furnished for students with the exception of linens and toiletries. 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.
Burman University is a community comprised of a wide variety of backgrounds. As members of this community we find our common centre and unity in Jesus Christ. We seek to honour Him by encouraging each other to develop mentally and spiritually, integrating faith and learning, and encouraging growth in Christ. May you find fulfillment not only academically, but also in the magnificent salvation of Jesus Christ.
The Deans and Resident Assistants are committed to follow Jesus—using the Bible, His Word, as the standard of truth, faith and conduct. Those who choose to become part of the residence community voluntarily agree to accept and uphold the principles and values of this community.
As a resident at Burman University, you have the right to:
- Personal Safety - Protection from Fire, Theft, Sexual Harassment, Physical and Emotional Abuse
- Support Environment - Atmosphere that promotes Study, Sleep and Cleanliness
- Christian Worship - Atmosphere that promotes a love for God, respect for fellow students and Sabbath reverence
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