Beam Residence Hall (First Year Students)
Ritz-Carlton once called Beam Residence Hall “a model for luxurious living, amenities, and hospitality that we all should strive to become.” Just kidding.
Beam Residence Hall is a cozy spot with a prime location. You can enjoy Sarj’s signature dishes at Myer’s Dining Hall across the street. A/C is installed in each of the rooms, and have updated the WiFi.
Plus, most of your classes are a short walk of less than 5 minutes.
You’ll share a bathroom with your suitemates, stretch out in your extra-long twin bed, and enjoy exceptional student life programming that will have you making friends, having fun, and making those lasting memories.
Where do I live on campus?
Beam Residence Hall and Jones Residence Halls are the residence halls for first-year students. Both residence halls hall suites share a bathroom with the neighboring room.
You can room with anyone who is a first-year student and has the same gender identity. You may request specific roommates through the Housing Form.
Transfer students live in Stanback Hall, and can live with current students in the Villages, per request.
What does Brevard College provide?
Brevard College provides two beds, two mattresses, two closets, two desks, and two desk chairs.
You should bring in your own fridge, microwave, decorations, and TV.
Please leave the following at home: plug-ins, toaster ovens, and candles, anything with an open flame or hotplate. Please leave alcohol, drugs, alcohol/drug paraphernalia, knives, weapons, nerf guns, water guns, mini AC’s, heated blankets, and humidifiers at home.
Can I request roommates and suitemates?
You can request roommates and suitemates on your Housing Form.
Can I live off-campus?
Residence Life must approve your request to live off-campus. Please complete the Request to Live Off-Campus Form. The criteria for living off-campus includes:
- You are legally married and have a marriage certificate.
- You commute daily from the primary home of your legal guardians within a 50-mile radius of Brevard College.
- You are legally responsible for someone else and have documentation demonstrating this responsibility (through court order, power of attorney, etc.)
- You have a documented medical exemption (explained more fully below) and/or
- You meet the following eligibility requirements:
- You have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher,
- You are free from Academic and/or Disciplinary Probation.
- You have completed six semesters living on campus.
- If you are a Student-Athlete, you must also have written approval from the Athletic Director.
- Due to limited space availability and student housing configurations, Brevard College does not offer housing for students with spouses and/or families.
Jones Hall houses both first-year and upper-class students. Jones Hall is divided into "West Jones" and "East Jones." Jones features suite-style residence hall rooms, and offers some of the best views on campus!
Stanback Hall offers second, third, and fourth-year students suite-style rooms, traditional hall bathrooms, study rooms, a shared kitchen, and some of the best views on campus!
The tour guide in this video is Sweezy, a warm, loving, and kind-hearted student who was well known on campus and in the community. Sweezy left this life, and we miss him deeply. Brevard has a "Sweezy Day" where the campus community is encouraged to "Love Like Sweezy." The intent of this video is to both inform you of Stanback Hall and to honor our beloved friend.
The recently renovated Villages, including a brand new village unit, offer second, third, and fourth-year students apartment and town-home style living arrangements.
You will enjoy the shared community of the Villages and the feel of an off-campus apartment that's conveniently located on campus. They also feature several inviting outdoor community spaces connecting the residents of The Village’s
existing residence halls.
Modeled after George Vanderbilt's French Renaissance chateau in Asheville, Green Hall offers adventurous second, third, and fourth-year students a private room, hall bathroom, and parking close by.
Air-conditioning is provided by opening up the windows and allowing that mountain breeze to flow in. (There's no A/C in Green Hall.)
Residence Life Forms
Of Students live on campus
Permitted on Campus
Including cars for first-year students