The Brevard experience is intensely personal, and your life on campus is no exception. We’ve intentionally created “living and learning” communities so you’ll feel at home, get to know the people around you, and make the most out of your time here. Research indicates that students who live on campus are more likely to graduate, interact socially with their peers, develop a connection to their institution, become involved in co-curricular activities, and even develop higher self-esteem! Since we believe in the holistic development of Brevard students, we strongly encourage all of them to live on campus and reap the many benefits.
Resident Advisors and Community Directors
- Our Resident Advisors (RAs) and Community Directors (CDs) are students who manage the residence halls, answer questions, advocate for student needs, and provide educational opportunities. Our RAs and CDs encourage responsible living and a community-style atmosphere.
*Please see “Residence Life Forms” sidebar for more important housing information and the 2013-14 Housing Contract.
Living Off Campus
- We believe all students, for their personal and academic development, should participate in the residential experience. Those who do not wish to do so must either meet a policy exemption (as outlined) or appeal to move off campus by submitting the proper documentation (see Housing Forms and Contracts). For more information on the appeal to live-off campus please review the complete policy, stop by the Campus Life Office in Coltrane Commons, or contact Beth Abrams or Michael Cohen.