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Living On Campus

Carson Newman University has a variety of housing options ranging from traditional (dorm style) housing to apartment living. First year students are required to live in one of our First Year Experience residence halls, while returning students and transfer students may request to live elsewhere.  All of our residence halls include laundry facilities, and communal TV rooms, and most include communal kitchens.

 

Female Residence Halls

Male Residence Halls

Alumni Hall Butler Hall
Burnett Hall Heritage Hall
Swann Hall Leconte Apartments
Greenbrier Apartments  

 

Female Residence Halls

Alumni

Alumni hall is our traditional housing for upperclassmen. The building was constructed in 1956 and renovated in 2002, it houses 180 female students. Alumni features a spacious TV lounge, community kitchen, soda machines, study lounges on each floor, a laundry facility with new washers and dryer and a ping-pong table on the ground floor!

Burnett

Burnett hall is our traditional style living community which houses two Living Learning Communities known as the First Year Experience (FYE) for first year students and the Cultural Experience Hallway (CEH) for domestic students seeking to live with an international student. The building was constructed in 1963 and houses 290 female students. Burnett features a spacious student lounge with several study areas along with a community kitchen, laundry facility, ping-pong table and soda machine all on the ground floor! 

Swann

Swann hall is our traditional style housing for upperclassmen. The building was constructed in 1904 and was renovated in 2002. This building houses 120 female students. Swann features a spacious student parlor, study rooms on each floor, a TV lounge in the basement along with soda machines, a laundry room, a community kitchen, and Wii Nintendo available for residents to sign-out. 

 Appalachian Commons (Greenbrier)

Greenbrier is our apartment style housing for Juniors and Seniors. There are two different styles that hold either two or four students in each apartment. These are for upperclassmen and were constructed in 2001. This building houses 60 female students.

 

Male Residence Halls

Butler

Butler hall is our traditional style housing for upperclassmen. The building was constructed in 1968 and was renovated in the summer of 2010. This building currently houses 96 male students.

Heritage

Heritage hall is our traditional style housing for upperclassmen and First Year Students. The building was constructed in 1964 and renovated in 2001. Heritage Hall currently houses 450 male students.

Appalachian Commons (LeConte)

Leconte is our apartment style housing for Juniors and Seniors. There are two different styles that hold either two or four students in each apartment. These are for upperclassmen and were constructed in 2001. This building houses 60 male students.