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Life on Campus

Housing

As a residential institution, Alice Lloyd College believes that campus living provides opportunities for personal growth, development, and education. Dormitory life is an integral part of the college experience and development of the total person. The opportunity to live away from home, gain personal maturity through responsibility, meet and share with new people from different cultural and personal backgrounds, and take an active part in the governance and operation of a residence hall are only a few advantages found in dormitory life.

The College requires that full-time students live in authorized campus housing with the exception of students commuting to ALC and living with immediate family members. (Only full-time students — individuals who are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours of college classes — are eligible to live in one of the College dormitories.) The Dean of Students and Community Life must approve all other housing arrangements. Resident students are required to subscribe to the College Board Plan.

Men Dormitories

Berger-Auen Hall

Berger-Auen Hall

Berger-Auen Hall

Built in 1995, the building pictured is a three-story complex that houses up to 126 men in a total of 63 rooms. Beginning with the first floor, there are 17 dorm rooms, a full communal bath with two urinals, three toilets, ten sinks, and five showers. Also, there is a lobby with a visitor’s room, a study, and a laundry room with two washers and two dryers that are furnished by the College. The second and third floors are identical in design. Both have 23 dorm rooms on each floor with equivalent accommodations as the first floor. Most dorm rooms have ceramic tile flooring, concrete block walls, and smoke detectors. The structure is equipped with a fire alarm system. Each dorm room has its own heat pump.

Howard Memorial Hall

Howard Memorial Hall

Howard Memorial Hall

Built in 1989, this residence hall is a three-story complex that houses a capacity of 129 men in a total of 43 rooms. Beginning with the first floor, there are nine dorm rooms, a full communal bath with two urinals, three toilets, two community-type sinks, and three showers. Also, there is a lobby with a visitor’s room, a study, and a laundry room with two washers and two dryers that are furnished by the College. The second and third floors are identical in design. Both have 17 dorm rooms with equivalent accommodations as the first floor. Most dorm rooms have ceramic tile flooring, concrete block walls, and smoke detectors. The structure is equipped with a fire alarm system.  Each dorm room has its own heat pump.

Women Dormitories

Carrick Hall

Carrick Hall

Carrick Hall

Built in 1967, this stone building is a three-story complex that houses up to 52 females in a total of 15 rooms. Beginning on the first floor, there are three dorm rooms, one apartment for the Head Resident, and a full communal bath with three showers, three sinks, and three toilets. The second and third floors are identical in design. Both have six bedrooms and a full communal bath. The bath has the same accommodations as the first floor. This building has a fire alarm system and fire escapes for protection. Each room has a smoke detector. Some of the rooms are carpeted and some have ceramic tile flooring.

Lilly Memorial Hall

Lilly Hall

Lilly Hall

Built in 1981, this residence hall is three stories and contains 87 dorm rooms with a housing capacity of about 198 women. The College furnishes each dorm room with bed frames and mattresses, a study desk, desk chairs, a mirror, and storage for clothing. Each floor contains two full communal baths with three showers, three sinks, and three toilets in each. (The bathrooms in Lilly Hall were recently renovated.) The building is partially sprinkled with a fire alarm system. Each room is equipped with a smoke detector for added protection. The dormitory has a central heating a cooling unit. Most rooms are carpeted; some have ceramic tile flooring. The rooms have concrete block walls.   

 

Dorm Amenities, Rules, and Conditions

Become a Resident Advisor

Resident Advisors are the Student Staff members living in the dormitories. There are twenty-seven RAs that serve in the dorms, including five Head and Assistant Head RAs. The RAs are all upper-classmen, selected for their outgoing character and leadership abilities and required to be in good academic and social standings. These students spend a week each fall in an intensive training program and continue weekly seminars throughout the school year. RAs are trained in a way that will enhance their peer’s college experience. They are also responsible for monitoring student behavior and enforcing the College’s policies and rules. RAs are also expected to plan activities for students on the weekend and are available to provide assistance to students throughout the week. There are either one or two Resident Advisors on each floor of every ALC dorm, and students are encouraged to seek their help and assistance whenever they may need it. The overall goal of RAs is to be of service to students and to assist them whenever possible with any number of issues.

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Questions?

Contact:

Brandon Arnold, Dean of Students/Director of Student Housing
Phone: (606) 368-6121
E-mail: brandonarnold@alc.edu

Scott Cornett, Vice President for Student Services 
Phone: (606) 368-6120
E-mail: scottcornett@alc.edu

Christine Stumbo, Dean of Women/Student Success Coordinator/RA Advisor
Phone: (606) 368-6125
E-mail: christinestumbo@alc.edu

Mary Lou Gayheart, Secretary for Dean of Students
Phone: (606) 368-6120
E-mail: marylougayheart@alc.edu

Police Department

Alice Lloyd College provides law enforcement personnel to protect the well-being and property of faculty, staff and students. Officers are on duty twenty-four hours each day. For more on Campus Safety, click here.

 

If you’d like to have a better sense of what living at ALC will be like, come visit our campus! To schedule a visit, please contact our Admissions staff at (606) 368-6146.

Jerry C. Davis Student Center

Student workers, under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities, operate the Davis Student Center. The Student Activities Board plans a student activities calendar each semester. The Davis Student Center houses the cafeteria, six classrooms, seminar rooms, a fitness center/weight room, racquetball courts, the Student Affairs offices and a bookstore.

Student Lounge

The student lounge is located on the first floor of the new ALC Campus Center.  In the lounge, you’ll have access to a pool table, a ping pong table, air hockey table, a large screen TV, multiple gaming systems, and ample seating for studying and socializing between and after classes. 

Computer Resource Laboratory

The Computer Resource Laboratory is located on the first floor of the new ALC Campus Center. 

Dining Facilities

The dining hall, known on campus as the Hunger Din (note: the name was inspired by June Buchanan’s pronunciation of the famous Kipling poem “Gunga Din”), located on the first floor of the Davis Student Center, is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Morning, noon, and evening meals are served daily, Monday through Friday. Brunch and an evening meal are served on Saturday and the noon meal is served on Sunday. Meal service is not provided when school is not in session. Appropriate dress in the dining hall is described in the Student HandbookPioneer College Caterers is committed to providing a high quality food service experience to students, faculty and staff.

Miss Irma’s Café is located in Cushing Hall on the campus of Alice Lloyd College. The café offers gourmet coffee and specialty drinks, such as lattes, cappuccinos, and iced coffee. Students may also order various breakfast and lunch food items. Miss Irma’s Café also has free Wi-Fi and a large screen TV for your enjoyment.

 

Hours of service:
Monday–Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Phone: 368-6023 
Credit and Debit cards accepted.