Resident Hall Services:
- Study Lounges
- Main Desk Services
- Vending and Ice Machines
- In-Hall Tutoring
- Pest Control Prevention Services
All residence halls contain at least one kitchen with a sink and stove. Residents are encouraged not to leave food unattended and are required to clean the area after each use.
Each residence hall contains laundry facilities. The coin operated laundry machines are owned and serviced by a private vendor. Ironing boards are provided in specific areas of North Tower (2nd and 7th floor east wings) and Wilson (all floors) residence halls. When not in use, irons should be unplugged from outlets as they pose a fire hazard.
In accordance with Concord's commitment to excellence in education, study lounges are maintained in each residence hall. Many study areas are equipped with direct fiber optic Internet access suitable for lap top computer use.
Each residence hall has items that can be borrowed by resident students by signing out the item at the front desk of their residence hall. Some commodities routinely available are:
- vacuum cleaner/brooms
- Pool and ping pong equipment
- pots and pans
Main desk locations operate at various times throughout day and evening hours; however, all residence hall Main Desk are always open between 7:00 p.m. and midnight, daily.
Main desk telephone numbers are:
- North Towers – 5132
- South Towers – 5133
- Wilson Hall – 5136
- Sarvay Hall – 6200
- Wooddell Hall - 5135.
Each residence hall has vending machines which supply food and beverages for student convenience. The vending apparatuses are owned and serviced by local private vendors. In addition, each residence hall contains its own ice making machine.
Comprehensive tutoring services are available in designated areas of the Residence Halls.
Believing that prevention is the most important aspect of pest control, Concord University has shaped a proactive plan to combat unwanted pests. Each residence hall room is treated by a professional exterminator on a regular basis. Preventative pest control measures coupled with good housekeeping, by both professional staff and resident students, is essential to minimizing problems associated with unwanted pests.