Residence Life

Residence Life

Apply for Housing | 2015-2016 Residence Life Handbook

Community, Convenient, Cost-Effective On-Campus Life
Southeastern Bible College strives to create a welcoming residential community and a quality on-campus life experience that fosters both spiritual and relational development.  When you live on campus, you experience college life at its fullest! On-campus living means no commuting and more time to participate in all campus life activities without the factor of travel time and expense. When you live on-campus at Southeastern Bible College, it is your home away from home!

Our desire is to provide a safe environment for our student’s residence halls.  Our men’s and women’s residence halls allow students easy access to offices, on-campus activities, faculty and staff.  Rooms in the residence halls are large and furnished with a bed, desk and chair with private tiled bath.

Southeastern Bible College provides on-campus housing accommodations for single, traditional students taking a full course load.  Students taking less than a full course load will be accommodated as space is available and with the permission from the Student Life Department.

If you have any questions about on-campus living, please contact Judy Everett in the Student Life Department at 205-970-9240.

“If there is so much blessing and joy even in a single encounter of brother with brother, how inexhaustible are the riches that open up for those who by God’s will are privileged to live in the daily fellowship with other Christians.”

~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together


Housing FAQs

Can I decorate my room?
Yes, you are free to decorate your room.  When hanging  pictures/posters you must use Plasti-Tak adhesive, small nails or pins.  No double adhesive tape or large nails.

What furniture comes standard in the rooms?
All rooms include bed, mattress, desk, closet and dresser for each resident.  School-owned furniture must remain in the student’s room.

Will I have access to a kitchen?
Each residence hall floor has a kitchen supplied with a large refrigerator, microwave and hot plates. Residents have limited access to a larger kitchen in the main building.

Are there laundry facilities in the hall?
Washers and dryers are located in the back of the kitchen on each floor.  Residents may use the machines free of charge.

Should I get renter’s insurance?
The college is not responsible for the loss or damage of any resident’s property.  It is recommended that the student obtain adequate insurance for protection.

What to bring?
See attached list.