Lindsey's residence halls are at the center of campus activity! Located near academic buildings, Cralle Student Union Building, Roberta D. Cranmer Dining and Conference Center, Doris and Bob Holloway Health & Wellness Center, and more. All residence halls offer a secure, convenient, and engaging environment for students to live and learn. Your residence hall room serves as your "home away from home." No matter which residence hall you call home, you will have the help of a resident assistant (RA), an upperclassman student staff member. RAs undergo training on all aspects of residence life, including first aid, educational and social programming development, and emergency response.
Residence HallsLilly Hall Memorial Hall Keefe Hall Phillips Hall (Freshman)
HousesHuff House Lowes House
Residence HallsHorton/Parrott/Weldon Hall Complex (Freshman) Richardson Hall Smith Hall
ApartmentsCollege Hill Apartments Draper Apartments Trabue Apartments
Visitation Hours(All Facilities)
Monday - Thursday4 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Friday4 p.m - 2 a.m.
Saturday12 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Sunday12 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Visitation hours are enforced in every residence hall and apartment area on the Lindsey Wilson College Campus. These hours are in effect during holidays and scheduled breaks for the college.
What should I bring
Items NOT Allowed In Residence HallsFor safety reasons the following items are NOT allowed in the residential halls. These items may be confiscated:
- NO regular extension cords (surge protected only)
- Candles or incense
- Electrical adaptors
- Halogen lamps
- Hot plates or any type of electronic cooking unit
- Alcoholic beverages and containers
- NO Pets (Fish Only)
- Large stereos or sound systems
- NO weapons (guns, bows, knives, etc)
- Space heaters (only ones with safety switches that will turn off when turned over)
- Illegal drugs and paraphernalia
- Non-grounded adaptors
- Foam tape
Things not to use or do in your room
- Double sided foam tape
- Painting (you cannot paint your room or furniture in your room)
Room KeysEach resident will receive a room key that will allow the resident to gain access to their assigned room, as well as open the main entrence door to their assigned residence hall. This key will not open other door entrances. There is a $12 replacement fee if you lose your key.
Meet the Resident Director. If you have any questions concerning campus living, contact:
Director of Residence Life
Sarah MitchellResidence Life Offices - Round House
Computer CenterPhone: 270-384-8017