Residence Hall Services:
- Study Lounges
- Main Desk Services
- Vending and Ice Machines
- In-Hall Tutoring
- Pest Control Prevention Services
- Cable Television
- Direct Fiber Optic Internet Access
- Fire Safety Equipment and Insurance
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. Quarters can be obtained at North Tower Lobby, Wilson Hall Main Desk, and Wooddell Hall Main Desk. There is a $5.00 limit on change provided in the residence halls.
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 5:30 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.
The dimensions listed below are approximate for all residence halls. Please note that rooms in North and South Towers are already carpeted. The "inner window" measurements are the inner dimensions needed, for example, with mini blinds. The "outer window" measurements include the total height and width of a window (including any wooden frame). Plastic spring loaded rods, rather than metal rods, are strongly recommended for window coverings placed inside the window frame. The floor area is the square portion of a given room's floor. This does not include the floor space which may exist in front of the room door and between fixed closets.
North and South Towers
Every room is equipped with a bed, mattress, dresser, desk, desk chair, and closet or wardrobe for each occupant. Each living area is equipped with an overhead lighting fixture. Students generally prefer additional lighting; however, halogen lamps are not permitted. Furniture provided in student rooms must remain in the room. Students are responsible for any furniture that is missing or damaged at the time of check-out and will be charged accordingly.
All residence halls are equipped with a premium cable package. Students must provide their own coaxial cable. A list of provided cable channels can be found here.
Concord University provides direct fiber optic Internet access to all residence halls. Wireless internet access is provided throughout the buildings. Personal wireless routers are strictly prohibited. Two portholes, one for each occupant, exist in each residence hall room for hard wiring. Students must provide their own ethernet cable.
For residents' safety, each residence hall is equipped with heat and/or smoke detectors, fire alarm pull stations and fire extinguishers. Please remember tapestries or paper products may never be hung over lights.
Students are strongly encouraged to possess personal property insurance for their belongings. Your family's insurance agent can inform you whether personal items are covered under your family's current homeowner's policy.