Make sure you submit your housing application along with your $100 housing deposit to the Admissions Office to ensure your best opportunity for your preferred housing assignment. If you want to live off campus, you must read the off campus housing options page for a list of criteria and an application. Visit our Move to Truett page for more information about moving in this fall.
Residence Life at Truett-McConnell
Living on campus is an important part of the overall educational and discipleship experience at TMC. We are committed to the development of students into disciples of Christ, and we 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.
Garrison Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
New Dorm (upperclassmen)
Sewell Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
Cleveland Courts (upperclassmen)
Merritt Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
Otwell Hall (freshmen and sophomores)
Campus housing includes the following amenities:
Internet, cable, and phone jack
Wireless internet access
Wood furniture: desk, dresser, bed (normally w/ 80'' mattress that requires extra long twin sheets)
Card access laundry facilities
Residence Life Contact Information
Co-Director for Student Development
Assistant for Student Development
Student Development Associate
706-865-2134, ext. 123
Housing Assignment Process
Off Campus Housing