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Housing

More than just a room – a community where you belong.

Living on Gardner-Webb University’s campus is a positive experience. The Residence Hall is more than just a room with a bed and a desk; it is a vibrant living and learning community that can define your college experience. Housing on the Gardner-Webb campus is divided into residence halls and apartments both of which offer an array of services, lounges and wireless connectivity, co-curricular activities, and dining options. A student’s academic and social lives are significantly shaped by living on campus. Recent studies show that resident students transition more smoothly into campus life and graduate more quickly than non resident students   This positive environment is most successful when each resident participates in his or her housing community.

Room and Board Rates

2021-2022 Housing Fees

Fee DescriptionCost Per Semester
Traditional Residence Hall$2,705
Suite Style$2,705
Student Apartment$4,310
Private Room$880 additional

Summer 2021

Fee DescriptionCost Per Summer Session
Room$480
Board$780
Student Health Clinic$25


Housing Facilities

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. 


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).


Students desiring to apply for commuter status are able to apply through their WebbConnect account. The application is located in the Housing Self-Service Portal located in the Housing-Meals-Vehicles folder.

Life on Campus

For more information about living on campus, view the files below.