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Residence Halls

Lifelong Connections

students lounge in their dorm roomFrom the classroom to the residence hall, living and learning go hand-in-hand at Columbia College. Our residential campus is the center of activity and interaction. You are able to get to your classes in just minutes and easily access the many programs and activities our campus community has to offer. When you live, study and socialize with students and professors on a daily basis, it bonds you together in a special way—creating lifelong friendships and mentors.

Freshman and sophomore students, as well as many juniors and seniors, live in one of our three residence halls Banks, Hughes or Miller.

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For more information about Columbia College residence halls, visit the ResidentialLife Web site.

Residence hall amenities include:

  • Individually controlled air-conditioning and heating
  • Voice mail
  • E-mail and Internet access
  • Cable television
  • Computer labs with printers
  • Laundry facilities
  • Study lounges
  • Kitchenette and microwave access
  • Peer advisor assistance

Hughes Hall

Hughes Hall room interior

Traditional flavor

Hughes Hall, with its traditional architecture, hardwood floors and spacious parlor, houses 64 students in 32 double rooms. The double room suites are connected by full baths shared by four residents. Hughes Hall is an all-female hall.

The Room:

  • Approximately 13' x 15' (hardwood floors)
  • Two twin-size beds (can be bunked)
  • One four-drawer dresser with mirror
  • One four-drawer chest
  • Two desks, each with a drawer and two shelves
  • One 3' bookshelf
  • Two desk chairs
  • Two 4' walk-in closets with two shelves each

Miller Hall

Miller Hall room interior

Community spirit

Miller Hall is Columbia College's largest residence hall, housing 154 students in double-room suites connected by full baths. The modern three-story structure is completely air-conditioned. Miller is subdivided into four sections of living quarters, each section with its own lounge. Miller Hall is co-ed.

The Room:

  • Approximately 12' x 14' 
  • Two twin-size beds (can be bunked)
  • Two built-in five-drawer dressers
  • Two built-in desks, with three drawers each
  • One built-in 10' bookshelf
  • Two desk chairs
  • Two small mirrors

Banks Hall

Banks Hall Room interior

Choices

Banks Hall is the newest residence hall on campus. Banks houses 108 students in double rooms. Banks Hall is co-ed.

The Room:

  • Approximately 12' x 14' 
  • Two twin-size beds (can be bunked)
  • Two built-in five-drawer dressers
  • Two built-in desks, with three drawers each
  • One built-in 10' bookshelf
  • Two desk chairs
  • Two small mirrors

For more detailed information about Columbia College residence halls, go to the Residential Life web site.