The Department of Residence Life at Fayetteville State University employees over 70 highly trained professionals who work diligently to maintain a safe and conducive environment to all of our residents. Each building consists of a Building Manager, Community Specialist(s), and Resident Assistants.
Graduate Resident Assistants/Community Specialist Assistants are graduate students who have been selected to assist residence hall directors with various tasks related to maintaining a community atmosphere within the hall.
Resident Assistants are undergraduate students who have been specially selected and trained to assist professional staff with building community within the residence halls. Our staff provides information, guidance, direction, programs, and services for residents. Their role is to foster an environment which supports learning, involvement, academic success, and personal development. Residents may call the front desk of their residential facility to obtain information and assistance in resolving problems with roommate or neighbor disputes, maintenance problems, or any other residential issues.
Freshmen community options are Harris (Male), Joyner (Female), New Residence (Female), Renaissance (Co-ed), Hackley Honors (Co-ed), and Smith Halls (Male). These residence halls are located on the West side of campus.
Upperclassmen communities are Bryant Hall (Co-ed) , New Residence Hall (Female), Renaissance Hall (Co-ed), Lloyd V. Hackley Honors Hall (Co-ed), Willis B. McLeod Hall (Co-ed), and University Place Apartments (Co-ed). These residence halls are located on the East side of campus.
Bryant Hall - $5,292.50
Hackley Hall - $4,130.00
Harris Hall - $3,529.00
Joyner Hall - $3,529.00
Mcleod Hall - $4,130.00
New Residence Hall - $4,130.00
Renaissance Hall (Double) - $5,618.00
Renaissance Hall (Quad) - $5,826.00
Smith Hall - $3,529.00
University Place Apartments Phase I (4bdr/2ba) - $5,569.00
University Place Apartments Phase I (3bdr/2ba) - $5,569.00
University Place Apartments Phase II (4bdr/4ba) - $5,831.00
University Place Apartments Phase III (3bdr/3ba) - $5,831.00
The University recently upgraded the campus television system from a total analog system to a digital/analog system, thus improving the picture quality with standard and high definition channels.
1. All televisions MUST have a built-in digital tuner or a set-top box(digital-TV converter box) to receive digital channels. Some channels require a QAM tuner; most U.S. TVs sold after 2006 have a QAM tuner built-in.
2. All new and existing televisions MUST perform a channel-scan to receive all of the channels; there are 103 digital channels/24 analog channels. A channel scan may need to be performed several times before all channels are available, depending on the type of television.
3. The 24 analog channels will be discontinued and converted to digital in December during Christmas break, thus making the system fully digital.
***Meal plans are required for students who reside at any residence hall & University Place Apartments***