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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN A CHRIST-CENTERED ENVIRONMENT

Mission

To provide a safe, comfortable, and healthy living environment for students. Programs provided in the residence halls are designed to promote the social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development of each student.

Why Live On Campus?

Why live on Campus?

Research shows that residential living can be an important factor in successful completion of a higher education degree. 

Typically, students who live on campus earn higher grades, are less likely to drop out and have greater satisfaction with their college experience.

During the transition to college life, living on campus can help provide a needed anchor for personal and academic development. 

Living on campus can give students the opportunity to build closer relationships with other students,  faculty, and staff.

Application & Forms

On
Campus
All full-time, unmarried students under 21, currently live outside a 40 mile radius, or have less than 4 semesters of on-campus living at any college must fill out this application each year to live in Dickson Hall.
Upperclassmen Contract
Once you are ready for house life, apply to live with a few housemates and enjoy a full kitchen, utilities, cable, internet, & yard service in one all-inclusive price that your financial aid can be applied to!
off
campus
Students who qualify to live off campus are required to submit this application each year that they are enrolled as a full-time student at Central Baptist College. 
Students not re-enrolling for the spring semester can pay a cancellation fee of $500.00 and be released from the academic-year-long contract at the end of the fall semester by providing written notification to the Dean of Students by January 5. 
Housing Cancelation

Pay Housing Deposit Here

Housing Options

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DICKSON HALL

Premier Residence Hall living

All-inclusive on-campus housing. Utilities, cable, laundry, & 19 meals per week.  Dining Services is closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas & Spring Break.  Private rooms are available based on availability.

Double Room:

$4250 per sem./$8500 per yr.

Private Room:

$5000 per sem./$10000 per yr.

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UPPERCLASSMEN HOUSES

CBC owned & maintained houses

Juniors and seniors can live on campus all-year-round at a discounted rate.  College-owned properties near campus all students to enjoy the autonomy of living on their own while still being connected to campus.

Per Semester:

$2750

Per Year:

$5500

Residence Hall Schedule 2023-24

Dickson Hall

Thanksgiving Break

Dickson Hall Closing

Friday, Nov 17

4:00 pm

Opening

Sunday, Nov 26

 4:00 pm

Move In
Day

New Students

Saturday, August 12

9:00 am

Returning Students

Tuesday, August 15

9:00 am

Christmas
Break

Dickson Hall Closing

Friday, December 8

 4:00 pm

Opening

Monday, January 9

 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

End of the Year

Dickson Hall Closing

Friday, May 3

4:00 pm

Spring Break

Dickson Hall Closing

Friday, March 15

4:00 pm

Opening

Sunday, March 24

4:00 pm

Upperclassmen Houses

Move In
Day

New Students

Saturday, August 1 

9:00 am

Returning Students

12 month contract

End of the Year

12 Month Contract

Must move out by July 31 if not returning

Dining Hall Closed

Thanksgiving Break

12 Month Contract

No move outs through the calendar year

Dining Hall Closed

Christmas
Break

12 Month Contract

No move outs through the calendar year

Dining Hall Closed

Spring Break

12 Month Contract

No move outs through the calendar year

Dining Hall Closed

Housing Cancelation Request

Housing & Residence Life Staff

Office Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Thursday
Summer Hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday (May 8th – July 28th)

Fridays 3:00 pm

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Chris Mitchell

Associate VP for

Student Services

(501) 205 - 8919

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