Residential Housing

Living in community is a rewarding opportunity to build relationships and accountability. It also presents unique challenges—including learning to balance selflessness with self-care. At Abilene Christian University, a variety of residential housing options and resources contribute to your thriving on campus.

Living in community is a rewarding opportunity to build relationships and accountability. It also presents unique challenges—including learning to balance selflessness with self-care. At Abilene Christian University, a variety of residential housing options and resources contribute to your thriving on campus.

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The Mabee Residential Hall at Abilene Christian University

Mabee Hall

The first-year Mabee Hall for male students includes double-occupancy rooms with common bathrooms and a common patio/grill area for meetings, studying and hanging out with friends.

The Nelson Hall for first-year female students at ACU

Nelson Hall

Another option for first-year female students, Nelson Hall has common bathrooms and a community kitchen, a patio/grill and lounge. These rooms are double-occupancy and include a vanity.

The exterior of the Sikes Hall at Abilene Christian University

Sikes Hall

If you prefer a private bathroom (complete with a bathtub!), consider Sikes Hall, a residence for first-year female students. In addition to triple-occupancy rooms, you’ll have access to a common kitchen, patio/grill and TV lobby.

Two ACU students walking outside of the New Hall

New Hall 1

The first-year New Hall for male and female students will be available starting in Fall 2021.

The exterior view of the Edwards Hall at Abilene Christian University

Edwards Hall

Male sophomore students can apply to live in Edwards Hall, which offers private bathrooms, individual study rooms, and double- or triple-occupancy roommate arrangements. You’ll also enjoy the community atmosphere of a common media room, patio/grill and outdoor basketball court.

A view of the exterior of the Smith Hall and its parking lot

Smith Hall

During sophomore year, male students can live in one wing of the Smith-Adams Hall, a residency with double-occupancy rooms, private bathrooms, common kitchen, patio/grill and TV/game lobby areas.

The Adams Hall for female sophomore students

Adams Hall

Female sophomore students can apply to live in the other wing of the Smith-Adams Hall. These double-occupancy rooms feature a private bathroom and access to the common kitchen, patio/grill and TV/game lobby.

 

A view of the exterior of the Dillard Hall, an apartment-style residence hall

Dillard Hall

This apartment-style residence hall for female sophomore students features a full kitchen, bathroom and living room in double- or quad-occupancy apartments. Dillard Hall’s spaces for communal connection include a sun deck, fitness room and TV lobby.

A view of the Morris Hall and its parking lot

Morris Hall

For male sophomore students, ACU offers apartment-style living in Morris Hall. These double-occupancy apartments include a kitchenette, private bathroom and living room, plus a shared outdoor courtyard.

An outside view of the Barret Hall

Barret Hall

Share a common living area with seven others in Barret Hall, another option for female sophomore students. Each double-occupancy room has a private bathroom and access to a common patio/grill area.

University Park Apartments

Upperclassmen and graduate students can get the residential experience along with the benefits of apartment living in the University Park Apartments, an ideal bridge between dorm life and independent off-campus housing.