To the newest members of our Mountain Lion Family:
We are pleased to welcome our new students to Concord University! One meaningful part of the college experience is the learning that comes from living with others in a residence hall setting. A good deal of adjustment occurs in the transition from high school to college and from home life to residence hall life, and even from freshman to sophomore year. Concord’s Residence Life Staff members are here to help you make personal, social, and academic adjustments in as healthy a way as possible, and to make your living experience both educational and enjoyable.
We believe a residence hall is more than a place to relax between classes. Ideally, it is a vibrant and active community, the center of student life. The residence life staff encourages you to develop an awareness of the many opportunities that this special living arrangement presents daily, and challenges you to utilize this setting to increase strength in citizenship and leadership.
All unmarried students (traditional age undergraduates) who have not received prior permission to commute are required to reside on campus in the University’s residence halls as long as space is available. Permission to commute is granted only to those students who will reside with their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) in their parents’ primary place of residence within a reasonable driving distance (45 minutes or less according to MapQuest or Google Maps) from Concord University. You can find the Room Reservation Form at www.concord.edu/residence-life
, or through your MyCU Account.
Additionally, Off-Campus Exception/Commuter Request Forms may be obtained at the same places. For more information on our Residence Life Program go to our webpage at www.concord.edu/ residence-life There you can find information on our facilities and staff, as well as our policies and procedures within the residence halls. There are also links to lists of items you will need to bring with you (and also leave at home) to be successful in the residence halls. This page also provides links to meal plan selection, room dimensions, and various services provided within your residence hall.
If you have any questions or concerns that are not addressed on our webpage, or you would just rather have more personal interaction, feel free to contact us via email at email@example.com
or via telephone at 304-384-5231 and any of our staff will be happy to help you. We look forward to helping you have a successful college experience.
Sincerely, Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Residence Life
Residence Hall Move-in Days
Saturday, August 13th - 10:00 am - Midnight
Sunday, August 14 th - 10:00 am - Midnight
Residence Halls Close for Thanksgiving Break
Friday, November 18th, 5:00 pm
Residence Halls Re-Open
Sunday, November 27th, 10:00 am
Residence Halls Close for Winter Break
Friday, December 9th, 5:00 pm