The time you spend in the residence halls will be one of the most significant and unique aspects of your college experience.
Residence halls each contain a keycard/passcode entry security system to enter the building, as well as personal locks for each room.
This recently renovated residence hall has 3 floors with 17 rooms each. Every room has student-controlled heat and AC, beds, desks, dressers, closets, and chairs. All rooms have windows for natural light.
Lang has a spacious lounge area with AC, heat, several seating areas, board games, and a large HD television with cable and a DVD player. WiFi is available throughout the residence halls and lobbies.
“The family mentality found in the dorms has been one of the biggest blessings during my time at Central.”
- Christian Collins, Lang Hall
"I am a freshman here at Central and I am blown away with how many great conversations I have had with people and the progress being made in our lives."
- Caleb Grimes, Lang Hall
“Living in the dorms can be very eventful and filled with excitement… above all, I have learned to grow [in Christ] with my brothers.”
- Justin Blue, Lang Hall
“When it comes to living in the dorms, the best part is the fellowship that occurs in the dorms and how we become more of a family.
-Garrett Jones, Lang Hall
This newly renovated ladies’ residence hall has 3 floors and is now equipped with central air and a wheelchair lift. First floor has 11 rooms and the second and third have 13 each. Every room has student-controlled heat and AC, beds, desks, dressers, closets, and chairs. All rooms have windows for natural light.
Spurling has a spacious lounge area with A/C, heat, several seating areas, board games, and a large HD television with cable and a DVD player. WIFI is available throughout the residence halls and lobbies.
“Living in the dorms has had a huge impact on my spiritual life, being surrounded by people who love God on campus and right down the hall makes my walk with God stronger.”
-Rosie Borgaila, Spurling Hall
I loved dorm life at Central. My roommate became my role model and best friend. My floor was a community that loved to encourage, help, and prank each other at every opportunity!
-Roni Roth, Spurling Hall
The newest of our residence hall, Foundation Hall was completed in 2004 and comfortably houses 153 students. Each of its three floors have 18 rooms set-up for double occupancy. This residence hall can accomodate both men and women residents, with separated access to different portions of the building.
There are at least 2 beds (which are stackable, if the student prefers bunk beds for extra room), 2 desks, 2 dressers and a spacious shared closet. Each room has student controlled heat and AC. The laundry room is located on the 3rd floor for the women and 1st floor for the men.
Each side of Foundation has one comfortable, air-conditioned lobby with several couches, chairs, study tables, and a large flat-screen HD televisions with cable and DVD players. This area is available to both genders from 9 am to curfew. WiFi is available throughout the residence halls and lobbies.
“There are so many benefits that come with living in the dorms… real community, accountability on a deeper level, relational growth, and countless others! Dorm life has been more than a blessing, it has been life changing.”
- Andrew Thomas, Foundation Hall
“Dorm life is a home away from home. The girls that I live with on my floor have become family to me.”
- Miranda Harvey, Foundation Hall
Married students have the option to live in the apartment complex across the street on Urbandale Drive.
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