Bethune-Cookman University’s residence halls are vibrant living-learning communities. While residing on campus, you’ll meet students with diverse interests, participate in residence hall-based programs that help you develop your career direction, your spiritual side, and more. All while creating lifelong friendships in a space where you can also step back and relax. 

All residence halls are within a ten-minute walk to academic, dining, and recreational facilities. Per the residency requirement, living on campus is required for freshmen and sophomore level students; keeping students close to all of the resources that will help them achieve their ultimate goal earning their degree. 

Residence halls

On our campus, the room cost for each residence hall is $3,688.00 per semester. Each room is equipped with a dresser, desk, bed, mattress, wardrobe closet, and smoke detector. This price includes WiFi, Cable, outside dumpster trash collection, access to the laundry facilities and computer labs. 

 

Female Buildings

Named after Oswald P. Bronson, the fourth president of Bethune-Cookman University, this residence hall consists of two parts, Bronson Annex and Bronson Hall. Bronson Annex is a five-story suite-styled residence hall that houses two students per room, whereas Bronson Hall is a three-story community-styled residence hall that houses two students per room. At this time, Bronson Complex is allocated for freshmen level female students.

Phase II Building D is conveniently located near the heart of campus. This four-story residence hall is suite-styled and houses two students per room. This residence hall is also equipped with ADA accessibility and accommodations. At this time, Phase II Building D is allocated for freshmen level female students.

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 

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, JaFlo Davis is allocated as a freshman male residence hall. Located near dining services, this three-story residence hall offers suite-styled accommodations and can house two students per room.

As the sister building to Phase II Building D, Phase II Building C is a four-story residence hall is suite-styled and houses two students per room. This residence hall is also equipped with ADA accessibility and accommodations along with a gym. At this time, Phase II Building C is allocated for freshmen level female students.

This three-story residence hall was named after Marjorie Joyner, an inventor and a beloved close friend of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Marjorie Joyner Hall is a community-styled residence hall that houses two students per room. This residence hall is allocated for freshmen level male students.

Returning Student Facility Buildings

Named after Thomas and Joyce Hanks Moorehead, this residential facility is equipped with ADA accessibility and accommodations, study lounges and a classroom. Hanks Moorehead Building A is a four-story suite-styled residence hall that houses upperclassman female students.

As the sister building to Hanks Moorehead A, Hanks Moorehead B is a four-story residence hall is suite-styled and houses two students per room. This residence hall is also equipped with ADA accessibility and accommodations along with a gym. At this time, Hanks Moorehead B is allocated for freshmen level male students.

Consisting of three residence halls named after Herbert and Olga Thompson, Ada Lee, Alice E. Moore, and James E. Huger, Sr., Living Learning Center is a three-story residence hall that currently houses female students of varying academic classifications. This suite-styled residence hall houses two students per room.

Named after Bethune-Cookman University graduate and former Trustee, Dr. Lee E. Rhyant. This residence hall only houses students with a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. Equipped with ADA accessibility and accommodations, this residence hall is our only Co-Ed (by wing) community offering suite-styled accommodations.

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

Housing Resources

Students living in campus housing should explore and become familiar with the following resources to assist in their on-campus Housing Experience.

Housing Agreement

Residency Requirements

What to Bring

Roommate Etiquette

Housing and Residence Life Contact

Housing and Residence Life forms

Housing and Residence Life Work Order Form

Housing and Residence Life New Key Request

Housing and Residence Life Work Order Form