We are thrilled to have you join us at Truett McConnell University as you embark on this exciting time in your life!  TMU’s beautiful scenery provides a wonderful setting with plenty of adventures along the way.

Living on campus is a new and exciting step, and we want to make the transition easy and memorable.  Be sure to read through the requirements listed below so you can familiarize yourself with what is expected, what to look forward to, and to answer any questions before arriving.

We are excited to provide a place that you can make your own while at TMU.  Welcome home!

New Students

Make sure you submit your enrollment application along with your $175 enrollment fee to the Admissions Office in order to ensure your best opportunity for your preferred housing assignment.  If you are hoping to live off campus, you will need to visit the off campus housing options page for a list of criteria and an application.  Learn more about your Move to TMU this fall.

Residence Life at TMU

Living on campus is an important part of the overall educational and discipleship experience at TMU.  We are committed to the development of students into disciples of Christ and seek to further this goal through living, learning, playing, praying, and studying God’s word together in our residence hall communities.

We seek to build God-honoring communities that both challenge and support residents, as well as build and strengthen relationships.  Resident Directors offer primary leadership for each of our residence hall communities, and are supported by student Resident Assistants.  Our staff to student ratio is approximately 1:20.

Regardless of which residence hall you live in, you will become part of a community committed to your Christian discipleship and academic success.

For Men:

  • Cleveland Courts (upperclassmen)
  • Garrison Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
  • Sewell Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
  • Twin Springs/Heritage Condos (upperclassmen)

For Women

  • Merritt Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
  • New Dorm (upperclassmen)
  • Otwell Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
  • Twin Springs/Heritage Condos (upperclassmen)

Accommodations

  • Campus housing includes the following amenities:
  • Wired internet and cable
  • Wireless internet access
  • Air conditioning
  • Wood furniture: desk, dresser, bed (normally w/ 80’’ mattress that requires extra long twin sheets)
  • Laundry facilities

Residence Life Contact Information

Jonathan Morris
Director of Student Development

Katie Collis
Housing Coordinator and Administrative Assistant