Nearly every Hastings College student lives and eats right here on campus, and that means a great sense of community. For first-year students, we have five residence halls — two for men, two for women and one that's co-ed.
This last summer, Bronc Hall for men and Babcock Hall for women underwent complete renovations. We're not talking just a little paint here...we're talking new restrooms, furniture, individual climate control rooms, new kitchen spaces and more! Taylor Hall (for women) also saw some updates, including carpet, paint and finishes. For details and to follow the work, check out hastings.edu/renovate.
Residence Hall Profiles
Hastings College's residence hall experience is all about the people! Learn more about them and what they have to say about their “home away from home.”
Men’s Residence Halls
Women’s Residence Halls
Co-ed Residence Hall
Every residence hall is air conditioned and includes the free use high efficiency washers and dryers. You'll also find lounges and common areas with couches and chairs and large-screen TVs. You'll find wifi in every room, access to kitchen space and if you have pressing issues, there are irons and ironing boards available.
Each room includes:
- Extra-long twin beds (36 inches by 80 inches); beds can be lofted, bunked or left down
- Two dressers
- Two desk chairs
- Two desks
- A wardrobe or closet
Campus Life for Upperclasses
Sophomores, juniors and seniors who meet certain requirements can apply to live in honors houses. Some juniors and seniors continue to live in the residence halls or honors houses, but they also have the option of living in Bronco Village.
Bronco Village Apartments
To live in the on-campus apartments, you'll need to have been in college for four semesters and be a junior or senior. Non-traditional students who are close to 21 year old are also allowed to live in the apartments even if they not juniors or seniors.
Age and good behavior have their benefits! Sophomores, juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.25 or higher can apply to live in honor houses. When considering applications to honors houses, the College gives preference to students who have demonstrated campus leadership and involvement and maintained records of good conduct in the residence halls or apartments.