20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog

9. STUDENT LIFE

9.1. Housing and Hospitality

The Office of Housing and Hospitality is available to students 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. M-F. 

Bacone College currently has five residence halls available for student use: Isaac McCoy Hall, Alexander Posey Hall, and three apartment style halls. Room and Board rates are detailed in the fees section of this catalog. The housing office is located at the Palmer Center.

Students are required to have a Bacone College Student I.D. Card regardless of residency status. These cards are utilized in the Campus Dining Hall, library, and residential hall door entry.  The cards may also be utilized to obtain student discounts at various businesses throughout the city.

Residential life is one of the many ways that our students become an active part of the campus community. The residential life experience is available to those students who meet residency requirements on a space-available basis; some scholarships require full-time residency on campus for continued award.

Residency Requirements:

  • Freshmen and Sophomores shall be residential students. (Excluding DOTL students)
  • Students receiving Athletic scholarships shall be residential students.
  • Students receiving 50%+ Academic scholarships shall be residential students.
  • All International students shall be residential students.
  • Students in some program-specific scholarships.

Appeals for housing exemption should be submitted to Housing and approved by the Dean of Students. If denied, a final written appeal may be submitted to the Office of the President.

Any student who must request a replacement residential hall key may be charged the standard key replacement fee.  Residential students are required to provide proof of medical/accident coverage and verification of immunization, including the Hepatitis series, prior to assignment of a room in the residence halls.  If a vehicle is to be driven on campus, a vehicle registration form as well as proof of vehicle insurance must be provided to the Housing Office.  All vehicles must be registered regardless of residency status.

The College's policies related to vehicles and guests may be found in the latest published revision of the Student Handbook