Saturday, August 6—Move-in for all new Greensboro College students, meals begin with dinner
Monday, October 10—Tuesday, October 11—Fall Break, halls remain open
Wednesday, November 23—Halls close to all residents at noon, last meal dinner on 11/23,
Saturday, January 7—Halls open for residents at noon, meals begin 1/8
Friday, March 3—Halls close to all residents at 5 pm, last meal lunch 3/3
Monday, March 6–Friday March, 10—Spring Break, halls will be closed, no meals
Sunday, March 12—Halls open for residents at noon, first meal dinner
Friday, April 7—Good Friday, College Closed, halls remain open
The college does not provide on-campus housing during Semester Break and Spring Break. There is no food service during these breaks and residence hall staff members are not available. Students must make alternative living arrangements during these times.
If you are a current student living on campus (GC dorms) and have a maintenance issue, please submit a Work Order at GC Work Order form.
HOUSING AND BOARD COST
Standard Double with Roommate…………………………………………..$ 5,836 per semester
(available in Greensboro, West, and Hill)
Deluxe Double w/ Roommate ……………………………………………….. $ 6,361 per semester
(available in Hill)
Private Room* …………………………………………………………………………..$ 8,463 per semester
(available in Greensboro, West, and Hill)
*Must be approved through Financial Aid
All halls are air-conditioned with high-speed Internet access. Computers must be provided by the individual residents along with all necessary cables. All of the halls are smoke-free as we are a tobacco-free campus, and each hall has laundry facilities free to residential students throughout the academic year.
Greensboro Hall: All-Female
Greensboro Hall houses approximately 85 women on three floors. First-floor rooms are set up suite style with some private bathrooms. Second and third floor have community bathrooms. Lofts may be constructed in all rooms in Greensboro, but a loft application must be approved before move-in. Typical room dimensions in Greensboro are 12 feet wide by 12 feet deep with a private entryway and walk-in closet. Rooms include a desk area, sink, and one dresser per student.
Hill Hall: Co-ed
Hill Hall houses more than 250 men and women on four floors. All rooms in Hill are situated suite style. The third floor houses Honors-program residents. Hill also has two general-use study lounges. Typical dimensions in Hill are 12 feet wide by 19 feet deep with a bathroom adjoining the neighboring room. A desk for each student is provided.
West Hall: All-Male
West Hall houses 175 men on three floors with community-style bathrooms. West has a small recreation room with a ping-pong table. Lofts may be constructed in West Hall after a loft application has been submitted and approved. Typical dimensions in West are 11 feet wide by 18 feet deep. See inside our residence halls here!
All residential students receive a mail box on campus. Your mail box assignment and your college address will be given to you during check-in. Mailboxes are located on the ground floor of the Campbell Center. Residents will retain the same mailbox each year they live on campus.
The Office of Residential Life highly recommends that each student at Greensboro College consider a form of renter’s insurance or check with your family’s insurance policy to see if your belongings are covered when you are in college. Renter’s insurance often covers your belongings if they are damaged as a result of fire or flood as well as loss due to theft or vandalism. An example of such a company would be National Student Services Inc.
Each residence hall room has two Ethernet ports. Internet access is granted free of charge to residential students. Every residence hall is also set up for wireless capabilities. Dial-up modems are not permitted nor are they necessary on campus. Residents must provide their own computers and cables or wireless card for internet access. To report a computing issue, submit an IT ticket by emailing [email protected]
Mold and Mildew
Humidity can cause mold and or mildew to develop in our residence halls. We use water to heat and cool our buildings, and combined with North Carolina’s high relative humidity, this fosters an environment where mold and mildew can grow. To help prevent mold and mildew growth, it’s essential students do the following:
Tips for allergy sufferers:
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