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Living @ Limestone

Your residential experience at Limestone is an important part of your college life. You’ll be part of a supportive community that you can call home during these significant years in your life. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that we take your safety and well-being very seriously and have processes in place to ensure that Limestone is a safe and welcoming place.


Students must be enrolled full-time in the Limestone University Day Campus to live in the residence halls. Full-time day students may live with immediate family (parent, stepparent, brother or sister over the age of 21, grandparents, or step-grandparents) within a 50-mile radius of the Limestone University campus.

Any student wishing to change his or her status from residential to commuting must complete a Change of Residency Status form to gain approval for the following semester. If a student meets the requirements to change his/her residency, the recommendation of the Vice President for Student Services must be obtained and only the Executive Vice President may give final approval. The University reserves the right to verify the legal residency of immediate family through driver’s license, vehicle registration, and/or voter registration records.

Freshman Housing   

Walter W. Brown Hall
This new Freshman-only residence hall is the first step of a multiphase process designed to comprehensively elevate the quality of the on-campus residential experience for all students at Limestone. The University chose to begin its facility improvement campaign by focusing on providing an environment that optimizes a first-time student’s opportunity to thrive while enrolled at Limestone. By limiting the facility to freshmen, residents have the opportunity to develop a support structure from within a common peer group, which will help facilitate their transition to college life and, hopefully, encourage the creation of lifelong friendships that extend beyond their time at Limestone.

Rooms in this new residence hall are available on a first-come basis so students are encouraged to complete the application process as early as possible to reserve their space.

Virtual Tour

Hall Population – 204

Brown Hall
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Hall Features

  • FLOOR PLAN: The residence hall is divided into 12 Pod-style room clusters, which will include an average 17 students per Pod.
  • PODS: Each Pod will include both single- and double-occupancy rooms with a spa-style bathroom, living room, and multiple study areas.
  • GENDER: Male and female residents will be separated by Pod.
    Brown Hall Floor Plan
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  • AMENITIES: Garden balconies, Student lounges, a community kitchen, multiple community laundry facilities, and wireless Internet throughout
  • FIRE SAFETY: Smoke detectors, fire alarms, a fire sprinkler system, and all other infrastructure required by building code
  • SECURITY: Video cameras and card-access reader on all Pod entry doors and exterior entrances

Room Features

  • AC: A combination of central heat & air for all common areas and packaged thermal air conditioning units with individual temperature controls for each room
  • FURNITURE:  Single-occupancy Rooms: 1 twin bed (extra long/ bunkable/loftable), 1 desks, and 1 three-drawer dressers, and 1 closet hutch; Double-occupancy Rooms: 2 twin beds (extra long/ bunkable/loftable), 2 desks, 2 three-drawer dressers, and 2 closet hutches