Our residential campus facilitates the academic and personal success of each student. Students who live on campus are more likely to succeed, graduate, and move on to successful careers, professional study or graduate school.
Community, exposure to different people, relationships with other students, and the available activities that coincide with on-campus living contribute to student successes, and help to make college a never-forget, time-of-your life experience.
To create this community and its benefits, residential students must be active in the community. The goal is for student to feel a common identity, experience a common bond with fellow students, hold one another accountable and responsible, protect the rights of one another, and facilitate personal, spiritual, and professional growth. This process is accomplished through providing an experienced and well-trained staff, setting rules and regulations, and offering exciting programs and services. For more information, download our Printer-Friendly Residence Life Brochure.
As a member of the Bethany College residential community, each student is responsible for knowing and abiding by the policies of the residence-hall system as outlined in the Student Handbook, including:
- All full-time students live on campus and participate in a meal plan. Specific exceptions consider student age, veteran status or family living arrangements.
- Alcohol and other illicit drugs are prohibited on campus and at college-sponsored events.
- Co-education visitation is permitted in residence halls during visitation hours.
- For safety, cooking devices with open coils or any open flame items are not allowed.
- Weapons and firearms are prohibited.
If you have questions, please feel free to email Residence Life. We’d be happy to assist you!