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.

Residency Requirements

Housing policy stipulates that all unmarried, first and second-year students who are under the age of 21 at the time of enrollment and who do not live with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) within 50 mile radius of the University, are required to live in campus housing for the fall and spring semesters. The only exceptions to the preceding requirement are for those students who are non-traditional students, veterans of military service, and transfer students who have been out of high school one year or more. In order to be exempt, the student must obtain approval from the Director of Residence Life and Housing. Incoming first-year students who desire a residency waiver, and live with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) within a 50-mile radius of the University requirement, must complete the Change of Status. After a student has lived on campus their first and second year, they may choose to live off campus, typically their junior year.

Transfer Students are not considered first-year students. Transfer students are housed on a space availability basis.

To be eligible to reside in campus housing, the student must be enrolled in full-time academic course work at the start of the semester (minimum of 12 semester hours). Exceptions must be approved by the Director of Residence Life and Housing. If the student’s enrollment status changes to part-time status, the University has the right, but not the obligation, to terminate the housing agreement.

On campus housing for students who are less than seventeen years old is subject to approval. Limestone University does not provide family housing for students.

Change of Status Form

Campus Housing Packing List

Questions? Contact the Residence Life & Housing Office at 864-488-8373 or at reslife@limestone.edu

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.

Ball Residence Hall
AMENITIES: 2 full baths, refrigerator, sink, computer jack, internet access, wireless, cable and phone jacks - FURNITURE: 2 twin beds (extra long/ bunkable/loftable), 2 desks, and 2 three-drawer dressers, 2 closets - OTHER: Shared, unfurnished living room per suite, tile floor. Hall Population - 96

Cedar Apartments
816 square feet Downstairs: 1/2 bath, living room, kitchen/dining area (carpet and vinyl) Upstairs: 1 bathroom, 1 bedroom (loft style bedroom / open to downstairs area). Apartment Population - 96

Ebert Residence Hall
AMENITIES: Computer jack for each resident, internet access, 1 cable jack, 1 phone jack - FURNITURE: 2 desks, 1 dresser, 2 twin beds (standard/ bunkable) - OTHER: Carpet, 2 closets and private sink with built-in shelves. Hall Population - 58

Fort Residence Hall
AMENITIES: Computer jack for each resident, internet access, 1 cable jack, 1 phone jack; FURNITURE: 2 twin beds (extra long), 2 desks (built-in), and 2 dressers; OTHER: tile floor, 2 closets; Hall Population - 144

Eunice Ford Residence Hall
AMENITIES: Kitchen, laundry, lobby, lounge and vending machine, FIRE SAFETY: Smoke detectors, fire alarms, and sprinkler system, SECURITY: Video cameras and card locks on main access doors. Hall Population - 94

Greer Residence Hall
AMENITIES: Computer jack for each resident, internet access, 1 cable jack, 1 phone jack - FURNITURE: 2 twin beds (standard/built-in), 2 desks (built-in), and 2 wardrobe closets (with 2 drawers) - OTHER: Carpet and bay window

More information coming soon.

More information coming soon.