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The College has five residence halls, two for women and three for men. Ponce De Leon Hall houses approximately 480 female students and is the central building on campus. The other female residence hall is located at the Florida East Coast Towers and houses approximately 90 females. The three men’s residence halls are Lewis House, a residence hall for 180 men; Cedar Hall, housing 104 men; and the Florida East Coast Towers, housing 87 males. All residence halls are card access security controlled and located within easy walking distance of other campus facilities including classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, the Library, the Dining Hall, Student Center and recreational facilities.
All new freshmen must live in College housing except those whose homes are within commuting distance of the College or who are over 20 years of age or who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours of college credit while enrolled in a college. The residence hall program is under the supervision of the Dean of Student Services and his staff and is designed to further the academic and social objectives of the College.
Most rooms are arranged for two or three students; however, there are suites which may accommodate four or more students. All rooms are furnished with beds, closets, dressers, desks, and chairs. Linens, bedding and pillows must be provided by the student.