Housing & Residence Life
Whether you choose to live in one of FSU's on campus housing locations or off campus, make FSU your home!
NOTE: Hall Staff should always be the first point of contact.
Campus Police can be reached at (910) 672-1775 or (910) 672-1911 for emergencies.
Hall Phone: 910-797-8628
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Kyrah Davis: 910-672-2336
Resident Director (RD), Barbara Cohen: 910-672-2334
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Gabrielle Davenport: 910-672-2418 | 910-672-2412
Resident Director (RD), Barbara Cohen: 910-672-1884
Hall Phone: 910-263-3063
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Anthony Averett: 910-672-1255
Resident Director (RD), Jason English: 910-672-1415
Hall Phone: 910-237-9039
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Alicia Williams: 910-672-2807 | 910-672-1502
Resident Director (RD), O'Mard Alexander : 910-672-1884
Hall Phone: 910-263-1575
Front Desk: 910-672-1291
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Ervin Graham : 910-672-1252
Resident Director (RD), Donyell Baba : 910-672-2295
New Residence Hall
Hall Phone: 910-263-1545
Lobby/Front Desk: 910-672-3110
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Sara Gordon: 910-672-1505
Resident Director (RD), Jamerius Ludgood: 910-672- 2334
Hackley Honors Hall
Hall Phone: 910-263-3180
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Rianna Spann: 910-672-1970
Resident Director (RD), Tara Melvin: 910-672-1968
University Place Apartments (UPA)
Hall Phone: 910-263-3150
Front Desk: 910-672-2878
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Bryan Brown & Jaslyn Mott: 910-672-2324
Resident Director (RD), Barbara Cohen : 910-672-1089
Assistant Resident Director (ARD), Darien Little: 910-672-1529
Resident Director (RD), Jason English: 910-672-1444
Business & Housing Coordinator
Adminstrative Support Associate (Facilities)
Housing & Residence Life Staff Reports To:
Director of Housing & Residence Life
Gregory E. Moyd
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
The Student Development Approach serves as a guide for the Residence Life Program at Fayetteville State university. The philosophy of our residence halls is education. The Learning Environments in the residence halls support the educational mission of the institution. The Department of Housing & Residence Life is committed to providing residents with a well-rounded experience through non-classroom learning experiences. Therefore, the residential setting can and does play a significant role in the development of the "whole" student. These elements that contribute to a positive educational environment. This student development approach is characterized by the following:
1. Acceptance of the belief that individuals develop in stages that are sequential, cumulative, increasingly complex, and qualitatively different.
2. Acceptance of the students as the principal agent for change.
3. A belief that the role of the residence hall staff is to assist students in accomplishing goals that they have set for themselves.
4. Recognition that one must consider the development of the whole individual, intellectually, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
The department of Housing & Residence Life works diligently to provide a comfortable and safe environment structured to enhance that academic climate at Fayetteville State University. We are dedicated to integrating education and out of class learning, while providing opportunities for leadership, citizenship, and campus involvement.
Submitting A Maintenance Request
- Submit a Residence Hall Maintenance Request at:
Maintenance Request Link
(Please Click the Link Above)
*If the request has not been addressed within 24-48 hours, please contact:
Maintenance Supervisor/Facilities Coordinator
Fred Stamps: 910-672-1088
Adminstrative Support Associate (Facilities)
Janee Lashley: 910-672-1705
(Interim) Director of Housing
Adrina Russell: 910-672-1884
*During regular business for further assistance.
In Case of Emergency
Please Contact the Community Front Desk Immediately!
(Loss of Power, Flooding, Safety Issues, Security Issues\locks, Non-Working Toilet, No Heat/No Air conditioning.)
If this is an emergency after regular business or on the weekend, please contact your community staff for further assistance.
If you experience issues with the cable, internet service, and/or Wi-Fi, please contact the Department of Information Technology for further assistance at:
(910) 672-4357 or submit a request online at:
If your community washer or dryer, is out of order, or has any issues, please submit a request at: http://servicerequest.asicampuslaundry.com/ServiceRequest.aspx
The procedure for reporting laundry machine problems is the exact same for vending machines, by dialing :
910.672.1735 or 910.672.1762.
The number connects you directly with the Vending Office where you can explain the problem to one of our staff persons. The more information you can give us about the problem, the faster we can correct it.
If after normal business hours, please leave a message on our voice mail system.
Please tell us:
- Which machine (Washer = A1, Dryer = B2, etc.)
- The location (Bryant Hall-1st Floor, etc.)
- A brief description of the problem. (It helps us to know if you received any type of message on the display screen; or what you were specifically trying to select)
Vending Department personnel will contact the Mac-Gray Laundry Services as soon as the problem is reported, for correction as soon as possible.
What happens if my clothing is damaged while doing my laundry in one of the machines?
All claims may be called into the 1-800-MAC-GRAY, e-mailed to email@example.com, or visit the Mac-Gray Website at www.mgservice.com.
For claims less than $50.00, a check is immediately issued to the student.
For claims greater than $50.00, a Mac-Gray technician will pick up the garment and a check will be issued if it is determined the damage was caused by a machine malfunction.
The value of the garment is based upon its age and condition. All damaged garments, if refunded and still in good condition, will be donated to charity.
- 1ST: New Years Day - University Closed
- 10TH: Halls re-open (for Spring 2020)
- 13TH: (Spring 2020) Classes start
- 21st & 26th: Housing Info Sessions between 2PM-4PM
- 26TH: RA Interest Meeting, Student Center Room 238, at 7PM
- 28TH: RA Interest Meeting, Renaissance Hall Room 200 at 2PM
- *5TH: Housing Information Sessions, in Bronco Cinema, 5PM-7PM
- *7TH: Housing Information Sessions, in Bronco Cinema, 2PM-4PM
- 8TH: Deadline to confirm staying on-campus for Spring Break
- 11TH: Summer School Applications Open
- 11TH-15TH: Spring Break
- *26TH: Housing Information Sessions, in Student Center Room 238, 2PM-4PM & ResLife Town Hall Meeting
- *28TH: Housing Information Sessions, in Student Center Room 238, 4PM-6PM
- *6TH: Housing Process Kick-Off, Hall Tours, & Open House for Residence Life, 11AM-2PM
- 17TH: RHA: Pau Hana Party, 6PM-9PM
- 9TH-30TH: (PRIORITY) Housing Applications Open for current FSU Students FALL 2019
- 2ND: Last Day of Classes
- 6TH-10TH: Finals Exams
- 11TH: Commencement & Residence Halls Close
- 2ND: Hall check-in for Summer School I, at 12PM (noon)
- 3RD: First Day of Summer I classes
- 28TH: Last Day of Summer I classes
- 29TH: Hall check-out for Summer School I, by 12PM (noon)
- 30TH: Hall check-in for Summer School II, at 12PM (noon)
- 1ST: First Day of Summer II classes
- 29TH: Last Day of Summer II classes
- 30TH: Hall check-out for Summer School II, by 12PM (noon)
- 15TH-31ST: LATE Housing Applications will be accepted based on availability of housing
- 10TH (SATURDAY): Move-In Day (for Freshman/New Students), at 7AM
- 11TH (SUNDAY): Move In Day (for Upperclassmen), at 9AM
- 14TH: First Day of Fall Classes
- 5TH: Homecoming
- 17TH-18TH: Fall Break
- 1ST-15TH: Request changes (online form) (Spring 2020)
- 27TH: Last Day of classes for Fall 2019
- 28TH-29TH: Thanksgiving Break
- 30TH: Final Exams for Fall 2019 begin
- 6TH: Last day for final exams for Fall 2019
- 7TH: (Fall Semester) Check-out ends at 12PM (noon) | Hall closes for Winter Break
- 24TH-31ST: Winter Break
*NOTICE: ALL DATES, PLACES, & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
*All students who plan on living on-campus for Winter Break, there is an additional rate outside of your Fall & Spring housing rates.
This timeline applies to students starting FSU during the summer or fall 2019 semesters. Students beginning in the Spring of 2020 should contact the department of Residence Life anytime September 1 -November 30, 2019.
1. MUST COMPLETE Intent to Enroll form, from the Office of Admissions
2. MUST BE REGISTERED TO ATTEND First Steps
3. SUBMIT required information to FSU's Student Health Services (located in the Spaulding Building)
4. FAFSA MUST be on file or follow up with FSU's Office of Financial Aid
5. MUST COMPLETE the Housing Interest form/application (this will be sent via email from 'firstname.lastname@example.org' or from a Housing Applications Team Member)
We review your student records and verify that you are making progress in all of the Phase I areas before you move into Phase II for Housing. This process may take a few days to a few weeks, is dependent upon your input
After MAKING PROGRESS IN PHASE I, we send you confirmation to move forward to PHASE II
6. MUST SIGN/READ the Housing Contract on the MyHousing Portal
- you will choose/confirm your roommate/room assignment during this step
-MyHousing Portal Instructions
NOTE: Login credentials are your: FSU Student Username (ex. email@example.com) & Password; Look up Here
7. MUST PAY the NON-REFUNDABLE $125.00 housing fee through the MyHousing Portal ONLINE ONLY
NOTE: Please be aware that this a HOUSING APPLICATION FEE, not a deposit. A Housing Application Fee is a service for processing the application.
NOTE: The ONLY payments accepted are DEBIT/CREDIT cards (Mastercard, Visa, pre-paid debit cards) through our online Housing Portal; NO OTHER METHODS OF PAYMENT will be accepted. If you will be using a pre-paid card it is recommended to have a total of $130, due to various fees that are associated with pre-paid cards.
8. REVIEW the housing items What to Bring list and start preparing
9. RESOLVE any pending items with Student Health, Financial Aid, or class registration
*If you are under 18 years old, your parent/guardian will need to electronically sign off on your application for it to be submitted and considered complete.
10. RECEIVE Welcome Letter and specific move in instructions
11. VISIT the ResLife webpage for updates
12. CHECK your FSU Banner student account for accuracy
13. CONTACT and get to know your roommate (if applicable)
14. PREPARE to move into your new HOME
OCM.com (care packages, graduation gifts, and discounted residence hall items to bring) First Steps (New Student Orientation)
Housing & Residence Life: Guide for Residential Living
Housing & Residence Life: What to Bring & FAQ
Move-In: What to Bring
Dining Meal Plan Information
Bronco Card Office (One Card Office)
Looking for Housing?
With on-campus housing being full, we want to do whatever we can to assist you in finding a great location off-campus that can meet your needs.
Below, is a list of alternative housing options for students who are looking for short-term, and/or longer term lodging.Please click the names, to go to the sites for housing options:
Student Apartment Rental - $700 per room
Comfort Inn - Special FSU Pricing
Please be advised that the housing references listed are offered as a courtesy service for your convenience. The University takes no responsibility for screening or approving off-campus student housing and is in no way involved in any communication which may arise between parties.
Below, is a list of transportation options for students.
Please click the names, to go to the sites for options:
Please be advised that the references listed are offered as a courtesy service for your convenience. The University takes no responsibility for screening or approving transportation, and is in no way involved in any communication which may arise between parties.