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Residence Life

Housing

Student Housing

Student Housing

The Office of Residence Life encourages community and individual growth through effective residential programming and community involvement. We strive to create an environment that you can call home, and a community that feels like family. We believe this residential culture is imperative to our mission and an important part of your learning experience.

For more information, contact 803.321.5328 or email Sherrigan Feaster-Johnson.

Coed, community-style hall that houses approximately 300 freshmen. All freshmen live together in this community, with the women on one wing and the men on the other. A live-in residence hall director mentors students and leads programming designed to help freshmen transition into college life. Learn more information and about pricing for Brokaw Hall.

Coed, community-style hall that houses 130 upperclassmen. This hall is conveniently located near the College’s largest classroom buildings, as well as the Kaufmann Dining Hall. Learn more information and about pricing for Cromer Hall.

Coed, community-style hall that is home to 62 upperclassmen, as well as the Office of Student Affairs. This hall is truly the hub of campus life and provides opportunities for students to interact with helpful staff on a daily basis. This historic building is positioned on the College’s central Quad. Learn more information and about pricing for Derrick Hall.

An all-male traditional-style hall that houses approximately 100 upperclassmen. This hall is located at the downtown corner of central campus, near the largest classrooms buildings and right on the Quad. Learn more information and about pricing for Kinard Hall.

Suite-style residence hall home to 150 upperclassmen. Formerly a textile mill, this hall has beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, kitchenettes and plentiful living space. Learn more information and about pricing for Oakland Mill.

An all-female, community-style hall that houses approximately 60 upperclassmen. This historic hall is the oldest building on campus, located on the Quad and adjacent to Wiles Chapel. Learn more information and about pricing for Smeltzer Hall.

Suite-style residence hall home to approximately 100 upperclassmen. This hall is spacious and conveniently located near the heart of Newberry College Athletics, Setzler Field and Eleazer Arena, as well as the Alumni Music Center. Learn more information and about pricing for Walker Hall.

Newberry's newest residence, Pearson Hall, is home to 79 students across 14 living units. It features suite-style, double-occupancy rooms arranged in pods of four, six or eight people, with a shared living room, bathroom and efficiency kitchen. Multiple common areas will provide residents with opportunities to study and enjoy fellowship. Learn more information and about pricing for Pearson Hall.


Dining Services

Your dining experience is an important part of college life. It's not just getting your three squares a day. It's about enjoying yourself as part of the Newberry College family. We're committed to providing you with fresh, delicious food, healthy options for a variety of dietary needs, and a friendly, comfortable environment designed especially for you.

Dining Services

Whether you need a quick snack or a leisurely meal with friends, we offer dining options to meet your needs. Learn more about campus dining.

  • Kaufmann Dining Hall: All-you-can-eat dining at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Boar's Head Deli: Made-to-order sandwiches, soups and salads.
  • Chick-fil-A Express: Streamlined menu of your favorites.
  • The Pod: Grab-and-go menu of salads, sandwiches and snacks for a quick bite between classes.

Find the meal plan right for you! Learn more about meal plan options for campus dining.

Newberry offers a variety of local restaurants to expand your dining experience. Learn more about dining in Newberry


Campus Security

Safety & Parking

The Newberry College Office of Security is led by a seasoned law enforcement officer who spent over a decade as a chief of police. He leads an experienced security force whose only mission is to keep our campus community safe. In partnership with the Newberry County Sheriff’s Department and the Newberry city police, we provide training, patrols, escorts and interventions as needed, always focusing on the safety of our students, faculty and staff. There is ample parking for students in and around campus. There is an annual parking permit requirement, and all vehicles must be registered.

Safety & Parking
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