- The next step after being accepted into Boyce College is to apply for housing.
- Submit your housing application and pay the $25 non-refundable application fee.
- You will receive a dorm offer email from us in April, requesting a $200 housing deposit.
- Once your housing deposit has been paid, you will receive your housing assignment and roommate/suitemate names as early as mid-July.
Boyce Student Housing
The Mullins Complex was completely renovated in 2014 and houses both men and women of Boyce College. The typical suite in the complex houses 2 – 6 occupants, and most suites include a common kitchenette and dining area, lounge and TV space, and 1-2 bathrooms.
The entire east wing of Fuller Hall will be home to Boyce College females for the 2018-2019 academic year. Fuller Hall is a suite style dorm with a common kitchenette and bathroom shared by 2-4 individuals. Fuller Hall was completely updated in Spring of 2018 and includes an updated lounge area on the first floor.
A comfortable gathering area for students and their friends.
This public lounge area includes several great places to study or hang out, including kitchens, meeting rooms, a concert venue, and more.
Room and Board fees include meal plans. All students who live in residence halls are required to participate in a meal plan. Meal plans can be used in the Dining Hall or Founders’ Café. The Dining Hall includes an entrée buffet, a made-to-order grill, a rotisserie, and a soups, salads, and subs bar. Founders’ offers a wide selection of drinks, sandwiches, wraps, and snacks and is conveniently located to serve your needs in between classes.
All Boyce students are required to reside on campus in designated housing. Anyone desiring to move off campus must receive an exemption from Boyce Student Life. Exemptions are typically given to: (1) married students; (2) students living with their parent(s) or legal guardian(s); (3) students 22 years old or older on the first day of classes; and/or (4) students who are both part-time (enrolled in less than 12 credit hours) and have completed at least 96 credit hours by the first day of classes. Exemptions are occasionally given to students who do not meet any of the above criteria but who are experiencing extreme hardships, but these exemptions are rare.
Students approved to live off-campus based on the student living with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must remain in the home with the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) for the entirety of the semester. Similarly, students approved to live off-campus based on part-time status must remain part-time for the entirety of the semester. Students who violate the residency requirement may face disciplinary action (reprimand, probation, or withdrawal), a monetary fine, and be required to move on-campus or forfeit their student status.
Exemption requests must be submitted by July 1 (for fall semester) and by December 1 (for spring semester). If denied, the student must live in the on-campus residence halls. Student Life will respond to exemption requests as soon as possible. Please submit your request in advance of deadlines to ensure that you have a response before you make plans, sign a lease, etc.