Both Marshall Hall (male residential hall) and Cauthen Hall (female residential hall) are places where students can grow and have challenges which allow them to be responsible for themselves. The goal is to provide a clean, safe, environment and a place for the students so that they can build everlasting relationships. Living on campus is a privilege, not a right. It opens up opportunities to learn about other students with different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences.
Convenience – Living close to classes and campus resources means not having to worry about finding a parking space if you are running late for class, picking up the mail or meeting friends for lunch.
No Costs – You don’t have to worry about paying utility, Internet and cable bills, purchasing furniture. Laundry services are available for a small fee. Your room and board (meal plan) are combined each semester.
Better Grades – The experts agree! Recent national research of college students show that those who live on campus are more satisfied with their college experience, earn higher grade point averages and are more likely to graduate than their commuting peers.
Support – Each residence hall has trained staff consisting of a Resident Assistant (RA) who is responsible for the building. These staff members are supervised by the VP of Student Affairs. These staff members work together as a team to assist you as you settle in and throughout your college life.
Clinton College reserves the right not to offer housing or terminate housing of any student for any reason deemed necessary. This decision can be made by the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Director of Residential Life, or the College’s Judicial Board. All rooms are furnished with beds, mattresses, desks, dressers, chairs and blinds. All of the furniture in the room must stay in the room. There is a $250 non-refundable room reservation fee that must be paid at the beginning of each semester.