Living on campus at Carson-Newman is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Faith-fueled community is the foundation of living on campus, and residence halls don’t just provide housing. This is where you’ll forge friendships that last a lifetime—friendships where you can share and grow your faith and while encouraging other Christ-followers.
While living on campus, you’ll have the opportunity to get involved in leadership positions by serving on your floor’s Residence Hall Council (RHC) or becoming a Resident Assistant (RA) or Desk Assistant. With a position in leadership in your residence hall, you’ll get to make a positive impact on other students navigating college life.
Residential life goes way beyond residence halls. You’ll have access to an entire campus recreational system that provides ample opportunity for activity and relaxation when you’re not in class or studying. The Maddox Student Activity Center (MSAC) is the hub for all things fun at C-N. Grab your friends, hit the gym, Chick-fil-A or the pool! While you’re there, make sure you sign up for intramurals (a C-N staple!). There’s something for everyone and you don’t have to be an athlete to join.
C-N campus life has it all—friends, faith, fun and so much more. Come see for yourself! Schedule a visit to check out your future home today!
Student Services OfficeMaddox Student Activity Center Room 20091646 Russell Ave.Jefferson City, TN 37760P 865-471-3235
Appalachian Commons is the on-campus apartment complex and is made up of two buildings – Greenbrier and LeConte. Each building has three floors with 2-person and 4-person apartments. Each apartment contains a living area, kitchen, bathrooms, and bedrooms. The 2-person apartments have 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, and the 4-person apartments have 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Furniture and amenities are included in each apartment. The kitchen includes a full oven and range, a full refrigerator, 2 counter-top stools, and plenty of counter space! Each living area includes a loveseat, chair, coffee table, and end table. Bedrooms include a bed, dresser, closet, desk, and chair. Each private bedroom also has its own window and a locking door.
You don't have to lift a finger. The entire community comes out to help on move-in day.
Having events to do the first week of college helps ease the transition, and you make a lot of new friends.
Traditional-style living for upperclassmen, featuring a spacious TV lounge, full kitchen, study lounges on each floor, laundry facility, and a ping-pong table on the ground floor!
Traditional-style living seeking to live with an international student. Spacious student lounge, study areas, community kitchen, laundry facility, and ping-pong table!
Traditional-style living for upperclassmen and historically significant, constructed in 1904 and renovated in 2002, featuring a spacious student parlor, study rooms on each floor, TV lounge, community kitchen and laundry room.
Traditional-style housing for upperclassmen and First Year Experience (FYE) students.
Traditional-style housing for upperclassmen.
Apartment-style housing for upperclassmen females. Choose from two different floorplans that hold either two or four students in each apartment.
Apartment-style housing for upperclassmen males. Choose from two different floorplans that hold either two or four students in each apartment.