B-CU’s residence halls are vibrant communities. You’ll meet students with diverse interests. You’ll participate in residence hall-based programs that help you develop your career direction, your spiritual side and more. You’ll create lifelong friendships. And you’ll have space to step back and relax. 

All residence halls are within a ten-minute walk to B-CU academic and recreational facilities. Living on campus is required for freshmen and sophomores, keeping students close to the community, close to all that happens on campus and close to support. 

Residence halls

Freshman Facility Building Descriptions 

Female Buildings

Named after the University’s fourth President, Oswald P. Bronson  

Bronson Complex Residential Facility 

  • Up to three people per room (rooms are only tripled when the University has surpassed all double occupancy capacities) 
  • Community style bathrooms by wing 
  • Up to 219 person occupancy 
  • Near Band Field and Student Affairs Office 

Bronson Complex Residential Facility 

  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 200 person building occupancy 
  • Near Band Field and Student Affairs Office 

The newest and most modern residential facility opened in 2016. 

  • Higher price point than other facilities
  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 306 person building occupancy 
  • Near Julia E. Robinson Music Building & Harrison Rhodes School of Liberal Arts Bldg.

Male Buildings

Named after Dewitt LeFevre

  • Up to two people per room 
  • Community style bathrooms by wing 
  • Up to 176 person building occupancy 
  • Near Julia E. Robinson Music Building & Richard V. Moore Gymnasium 

Named after James and Florence Davis, benefactors of the College. 

Up to two people per room 

  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 200 person building occupancy 
  • Near Dining Hall and University Quad 

The newest and most modern residential facility opened in 2016. 

  • Higher price point than other facilities (see room rate comparison link) 
  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 240 person building occupancy 
  • Near Julia E. Robinson Music Building & Harrison Rhodes School of Liberal Arts building.

Returning Student Facility Building Descriptions

All Returning Student Halls are Co-Educational by floor

Named after Trustees Thomas and Joyce Hanks Moorehead. 

The newest and most modern residential facility opened in 2016. 

  • Higher price point than other facilities
  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 338-person building occupancy (Building A)
  • Up to 308-person building occupancy  (Building B)

Named after the Herbert and Olga Thompson, Ada Lee, Alice E. Moore, and the James E. Huger, Sr., Academic Administrative Building. 

  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 360-person center occupancy 
      1. Up to 120 (Lee) person building occupancy
      1. Up to 120 (Moore) person building occupancy
      1. Up to 120 (Thompson) person building occupancy

Named after Trustee Lee E. Rhyant 

  • Higher price point than other facilities (see room rate comparison link) 
  • Up to two people per room 
  • Four people share adjoining bathroom 
  • Up to 270 person building occupancy 
  • Grade Point Average requirement of 3.0 and above 

Named after Marjorie Joyner, a beloved close friend of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune who supported the College. 

  • Up to two people per room 
  • Community style bathrooms by wing 
  • Up to 216 person building occupancy 
  • Near Dining Hall and University Quad

Dining

Dining services delivers a range of options for the B-CU community. Our all-you-can-eat dining hall is located in the center of campus. We make sure there are healthy choices, and we also look out to support local farmers. Lighter options include the on-campus Starbucks, located in the Swisher Library.

https://bcudining.sodexomyway.com/

For New Students

For entering students, here are some of the forms and guidance you’ll need

Housing Agreement

Residency Requirements

What to Bring

Roommate Etiquette

Housing & Residence Life Contact

Housing & Residence Life forms