Living on campus is about more than a room. It means being a part of a community and creating a new home. Residential living at Spring Hill ranges from traditional residence halls to "pod living" configurations to apartments.
All of our residence halls are fun, comfortable and convenient to the rest of the campus. Once you move onto campus, you become part of an active community where our core principles of Respect for Oneself, Respect for Others, Respect for Property and Honesty are practiced each and every day.
Spring Hill College provides two types of residential living: learning communities and community living. Both options provide opportunities for students to make new friends, actively engage in their community and feel at home.
A learning community is a group of students linked together by a mutual interest and common residential learning experience. Learning communities enhance the residential experience by allowing students with shared interests and pursuits to live together and support one another through planned learning activities and informal interactions. Learning Community options include: Wellness: Healthy Living, Wellness: Fitness and Recreation, Outdoors, Fine Arts, Language and Culture, Global Citizenship and Service.
Community living focuses on a wide variety of learning interests and outcomes. You are part of a close-knit, active community marked by mutual respect and a learning environment that is consistent with the mission and character of Spring Hill College.
All full-time, traditional undergraduate students not residing locally with parents or legal guardians are required to live on campus. Exceptions are made for extenuating circumstances.
Office of Residence Life
(251) 380-3028 | (800) 742-6704
4000 Dauphin Street Mobile, Alabama 36608