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Welcome to the Student Life section! As a liberal arts institution, Alice Lloyd College is concerned with the education of the total person. The quality of student life plays an integral role in the intellectual, social, emotional, physical and spiritual growth of each individual student. 


We offer many services and activities to ensure our students will get the most out of their college experience. Check out what we offer below!

Student Services Office

Student Services Office

2nd Floor of Jerry C. Davis Student Center

The Campus Voice

Check here to see what is currently happening on campus.

Life on Campus

Explore the dorms and lean where to go by clicking here.

Student Work Program

Work Study is an opportunity to gain valuable skills and make lifelong connections.

Clubs and Organizations

Help your community, gain experience, and travel across America.

Campus Safety

The Pippa Passes Police Department is available 24/7 to assist and protect you.

Where to Go For:

Resources About Appalachia – McGaw Library and Learning Center

Books/Magazines — Bookstore, McGaw Library and Learning Center

Bookstore — Davis Student Center – 1st Floor (Books, Supplies)

Career Information — Director of Career Services, Department Heads, Faculty Advisor

Classes / Problems with Classes — Instructor, Tutor, Academic Dean

Community Service Work — Student Life Staff, Work-Study Staff, Baptist Collegiate Ministries

Counseling — Director of Counseling, Student Retention Counselor

Course Changes — Faculty Advisor (June Buchanan Alumni Center)

Dorm Problems — R.A., Head Resident

Financial Aid Questions — Financial Aid Director (June Buchanan Alumni Center, 1st Floor)

Getting Involved — President of Student Body / Student Government Association

Health Care Information – Infirmary (Davis Student Center, 2nd Floor), Student Life Staff

Homesickness — R.A., Head Resident, Counselor / Student Retention Counselor

Leaving School — Registrar’s Office

Mail — Post Office (Davis Student Center, 2nd Floor)

Maintenance Problems in Dorms — R.A., Housing Director

Meals/Food — Hunger Din (Davis Student Center, 1st Floor):

Breakfast: 7:15 – 8:30 a.m.

Saturday Brunch: 10:30–Noon

Lunch: 11:30 –1:30 p.m.

Dinner: 5:30 –7:00 p.m.

Saturday Dinner: 5:30 -7:00 p.m.

Sunday Brunch: 12:00 -1:30 p.m.

NOTE: Students may also visit Miss Irma’s Café, which is in Cushing Hall.

Placement & Job Opportunities — Director of Career Services

Parking RegulationsStudent Handbook, Printed Regulations

Personal Problems –R.A., Counselor / Student Retention Counselor

R.A. (Difficulties with) — Head Resident

Recreation – Davis Student Center, Grady Nutt Athletic Center Gym

Roommate (Problems with) — Student Life Staff

Rules & RegulationsStudent Handbook, College Program CatalogAlice Lloyd College Intellectual Property Policy

Study (Tips, How to) — Tutor, Instructor, Bridge Program Coordinator 

Student Government — Student Body President, Director of Student Activities

Theft — Security Officer (Pippa Passes Police Department), Head Resident, R.A.

Tutoring — Coordinator of Tutorial Services

Work-Study Checks — Business Office (June Buchanan Alumni Center, 1st Floor)

Director of Student Work Program — Bettinger Center

If you need additional information, please contact:

Brandon Arnold

Brandon Arnold,
Dean of Students and
Community Life
Phone: (423) 646-3795

Christine Stumbo

Christine Stumbo

Christine Stumbo,
Dean of Women
Student Success Coordinator
Phone: (606) 368-6125


Student Spotlight:

Becoming a Difference Maker: Jimmy Brown

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Dalton McCown: Investing in the Future

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Hana Sword: Piecing Together A Brighter Future

McHana Sword, who goes by Hana, is a junior from Floyd County, Kentucky, majoring in English.  However, she is much more than just a student. Hana epitomizes the belief that if you get knocked down, you get back up, dust yourself off, and continue on your chosen path....

Dedicated to Giving Back: Adam Adkins

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Shane Caudill: Making the Most of Second Chances

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Emily Burgin: Opportunity to Grow

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Katelyn Collins: Living a Life of Service

Katelyn Collins is a senior from Logan County, West Virginia, majoring in Sociology.  Upon graduation in 2019, she plans to work in a hospital or hospice as a Social Worker in Gerontology.  When asked why she chose to come to Alice Lloyd College, she explained, “I wanted to come to a small college that is close to home but also far away; I am only two hours from home which is perfect for me.”

Colbi Johnson: Giving Her All for Service

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