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.
There are four residence halls on the campus of Alice Lloyd College. Berger-Auen Hall and Howard Memorial Hall are designated as men’s residence halls, and Carrick Hall and Lilly Memorial Hall are women’s residence halls. Each residence hall has three floors plus an apartment for the Head Resident on the first floor. The housing capacity for students in each residence hall is:
- Berger-Auen Hall-126 residents
- Carrick Hall-52 residents
- Howard Memorial Hall-129 residents
- Lilly Memorial Hall-198 residents
More detailed descriptions for each residence hall follow.
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
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.
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
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.
Each residence hall has its own distinguishing aspects, but all include spacious, comfortable lobbies where residents can meet for group studies, social activities, or visit with friends. All residents have access to laundry facilities and vending machines.
ALL of the buildings on ALC’s campus, including all of our dormitories, have wireless capability.
Most rooms are designed for at least two occupants and are furnished with single beds or bunk beds, mattresses, a large study desk, chairs, closets, a dresser, and a mirror. Each room comes equipped with jacks for telephones and computers, along with easy cable television hook-up. Students may bring their own appliances, such as small refrigerators, microwaves, stereos, alarm clocks, DVD players, and gaming systems. Due to safety requirements and fire codes, no hot plates or electrical cooking devices are permitted. Everything else is up to your own sensibilities and preferences. You may decorate your room however you wish, but we ask that you keep it in good taste. Posters or other items considered to be inappropriate by the College will not be permitted in the dorm room. At least one inspection for cleanliness and fire prevention will be scheduled each month.
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 which 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.
John Mills, Dean of Men/Director of Student Housing
Phone: (606) 368-6121
You may also contact:
Scott Cornett, Dean of Students and Community Life
Phone: (606) 368-6120
Christine Stumbo, Dean of Women/Student Success Coordinator/RA Advisor
Phone: (606) 368-6125
Mary Lou Gayheart, Secretary for Dean of Students and Community Life
Phone: (606) 368-6120
Student dormitory rooms are equipped with two Network Data Ports for accessing the campus Local Area Network (LAN). The computer center (Information Technology, located on the first floor of the McGaw Library and Learning Center) will provide assistance to students needing help connecting to the network.
Each student dormitory is equipped with one phone per floor. Lilly Memorial Hall is equipped with one phone per wing per floor.
Each student dormitory room is equipped with one television cable connection. Local cable programming is provided.
Alice Lloyd College requires a non-refundable room deposit of $50.00 from all residential students. A student is responsible for his/her living area, its contents, and the College property. Damages can result in charges equal to the cost of repair or replacement.
Lost room keys should be reported immediately to the Student Services Office. A replacement key costs $10.00. If a student leaves his/her key at home, a temporary replacement key can be obtained in the Student Services Office.
The Student Services Office will arrange room assignments at the beginning of each semester. In order to keep an updated list consistent, the Student Services Office has adopted a policy on room change. Room change requests can be made after the first full week of classes. Room changes after the one week deadline can only take place if the Student Services Office deems it necessary.
The College reserves the right to move students to consolidate vacancies or to improve the student life program. We feel that it is important for a student to have a roommate; in the event a student loses a roommate, he/she will be given the option of finding a new roommate in a timely manner or will be assigned a roommate by the Housing Director. Advance notice will be given to students in the event of such a move. Unauthorized moves will result in disciplinary action by the Student Services Office. A room is to be occupied by no more than the number of students assigned to it.
Residence hall quiet hours begin at 10:00 p.m. each night and end at 10:00 a.m. each morning. Students are expected to observe these hours strictly so as not to disturb those students who wish to study. During final exams week, 24-hour quiet hours are observed.
A professional residence hall staff supervises dormitories. In addition, a student Resident Advisor is housed on each floor of each residence. Your R.A. is an excellent resource person who is there for your well-being and will help you navigate the ways of college life. The Resident Advisors have been chosen for their leadership abilities and are available for counseling and assistance.
Dorm Open Houses
Open Houses, a time at which male students may visit female students in their dorm rooms or vice versa, for the residence halls are scheduled and publicized by the Student Services Office. The Head Residents and R.A.s supervise all open houses. Rules for proper conduct during Open Houses will be explained to the students by their R.A.s.
Dorm Visitor Regulations
A student may not visit the residence areas (including hallways and stairwells) of members of the opposite sex. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action, up to and including possible suspension or expulsion of any or all parties involved.
Dormitory visitors are subject to all Alice Lloyd College rules and regulations. Student visitors are welcome in the public areas of the dormitories from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily, but opposite sex visitors may not be in the public areas at other times of the day. Only during dorm Open Houses may students visit the dorm rooms of the members of the opposite sex. All other visitors must have a pass signed by a Student Services staff member. Visitors must be registered by their hosts/hostesses at all campus social events they wish to attend.
Residence Hall Visitation Policy
The following rules must be observed by resident hosts and their guests:
- Overnight guests must be sponsored by a resident student host who will complete the necessary paperwork.
- The student host will be responsible for finding appropriate housing and contacting the appropriate R.A.s and head residents.
- The resident student host will be responsible for the behavior of the guest. Guests are subject to the same rules and regulations as resident students.
- Guests must pay for meals taken in the dining hall.
- Guests are limited to two nights visitation unless given special permission. Guest registration must be completed in the Student Life Office.
- No guests are allowed during finals week.
- Children under the age of 12 will not be granted overnight visitation.
Sunday through Thursday curfew is midnight. Friday and Saturday nights curfew is 2:00 a.m. All visitors should vacate visiting areas in residence halls at least 30 minutes before curfew. Residence halls will be locked at curfew by the Pippa Passes Police Department. Anyone planning to be out of the dorm past curfew must have an overnight permission form. The student may pick up the curfew permission forms from the Student Services Ofﬁce between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or in special situations, forms may be picked up from the R.A. until 10:00 p.m.
Use of Residence Halls During Vacations/Breaks and Summers
Permission for housing during the College vacation periods and summers is usually granted for students involved in the College’s winter and summer work programs. However, any student requesting the use of a room in a residence hall must obtain prior permission from the Student Services Office.
Use of Tobacco
Note: Use is prohibited with exception to designated areas only.
Alcohol & Drugs
The College does not permit the use of or possession of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs on “campus.” Improper use of any drug(s) will not be tolerated. Violators will be disciplined. If the College determines that a student violates this policy, that student will be suspended or expelled. In the event of suspension, the student may reapply for admission the following semester. “Campus” includes Lots X and C, the baseball/softball field and the area between the two stop signs on either end of campus. In the event of suspension, the student risks the possibility of losing all financial aid as outlined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Students who have been suspended may reapply for admission in the following semester and will be counseled by the Financial Aid Office regarding financial aid.
The Substance Abuse Policy can be found in the Student Services Office.
The Student Work Program
Central to the philosophy of this institution is the College’s Student Work Program. The opportunity for students to work helps fulfill their economic needs and promotes wholeness in their educational experience. All full-time students are required to work a minimum of ten hours each week during the regular term of classes. Educational costs and/or personal expenses may be reduced by working extra hours. For more information about this important program, click here.
Full-time students are identified by resident or commuter classification and are issued an appropriate identification card at registration. Identification cards are used by students to obtain access to dormitories and classrooms and to check out materials from the McGaw Library. Resident students will be asked to present ID cards in the Hunger Din before receiving their meals and at social events. Replacement of a student ID will be at the expense of the student.
Motor Vehicle Regulations
Students must register each automobile brought to the campus. Registration of automobiles is $60 ($30 per semester). Upon registration, a sticker (decal) is issued to identify the motor vehicle and a parking lot/area will be assigned. Failure to comply with the regulations published in The Student Handbook may result in a fine and/or towing of the student’s automobile at the owner’s expense.
When a student reaches the automobile registration step in the registration process, he/she should have with him/her the following information: license plate number; dorm name and room number; home address and phone number; and make, model, and color of the vehicle.
Primary and Secondary Vehicles
If a student must switch cars on a regular basis (example: must drive mom’s car one week and dad’s car the next), both vehicles must be registered. The primary vehicle will be charged the annual regular registration fee of $60.00.
No refunds will be given after the first full week of classes.
The following are parking regulations developed by the Student Services Office and the Pippa Passes Police Department:
Students are assigned parking based on the number of cumulative hours they have obtained.
Available student parking areas are as follows:
Lot A: Gym-Campus Daycare Building (formerly Geddes Hall) Area
Lot B: Library Area
Lot C: Between Lot X & Creeksides
Lot X: Maintenance Building
Lot D: Carrick Hall
Lot R: Roadside Parking
Students are allowed to park roadside in the white lines only, not in the yellow lines, from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. All other rules and regulations regarding having vehicles on campus can be found in your Student Handbook.
Loss of Parking Decal
Loss of parking decal should be reported to the Pippa Passes Police Department immediately. The decal number will then be cancelled and a new one will be issued at the cost of $10.00.
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.
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.
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 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 Handbook. Pioneer College Caterers is committed to providing a high quality food service experience to students, faculty and staff.
Hours of service:
Monday–Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Credit and Debit cards accepted.
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.