Housing Facilities

Why Living on Campus is Right for You 

The Department of Housing and Residence Education provides safe, comfortable, and functional accommodations that are conducive to the spiritual, academic, and social development of the residential student population. At Gardner-Webb University we set high academic standards, as well as encouraging students’ personal growth and independence while preserving the values of Christian higher education, which are at the heart of the University’s mission and goals. 

Housing and Residence Education offers a variety of housing options including theme halls, single rooms, double rooms, apartments, and more. Each residence hall or apartment has unique characteristics and amenities, which allows you to choose the housing option that best suits you. Use the links to the left to browse through housing available to each type of student and access rate and amenity information.

Residence Hall Amenities 

• Wi-Fi 

• Cable 

• Unlimited Laundry 

• Live-In Housing Staff 

• Building Card Access and Video Surveillance 

• 24-Hour University Police Presence 

• 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance 

• Campus Dining and Restaurant Options 

• Campus Fitness Center 

• Fellowship and Study Areas 

• Student Engagement Activities/Opportunities 

 


University Suites Amenities

• Wi-Fi 

• Cable 

• Kitchenette 

• Unlimited Laundry 

• Live-In Housing Staff 

• 24-Hour University Police Presence 

• 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance 

• Campus Dining and Restaurant Options 

• Campus Fitness Center 

• Fellowship and Study Areas 

• Student Engagement Activities/Opportunities 

• Close Proximity to the Heart of Campus 

 


University Apartments Amenities 

• Wi-Fi 

• Cable 

• Private Laundry Room per Apartment 

• Full Kitchen 

• Live-In Housing Staff 

• 24-Hour University Police Presence 

• 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance 

• Campus Dining and Restaurant Options 

• Campus Fitness Center 

• Fellowship and Study Areas 

• Student Engagement Activities/Opportunities 

• Close Proximity to the Heart of Campus 

 


Traditional Residence Halls


Suites


Apartments


Off-Campus Residency

All undergraduate students are required to live on campus with the following exceptions:

  • Living with parents or guardian;
  • 21 years of age or older prior to beginning of contract/academic year;
  • Lived in a university residence hall six fall/spring semesters;
  • Achieved 90 semester hours of college credit prior to contract/academic year;
  • Married;
  • Part-time student (less than 12 years);
  • 120 days of active military duty (does not include military reserve unless called for active duty).