Living with other students on campus is one of the most formative elements of your college experience.
In addition to receiving a rich education grounded in the Word of God, sharing life experiences with your classmates is an essential part of your spiritual development. Once you move into our residence hall, you’ll begin to build relationships with other growing Christians and apply your theological studies on a day-to-day basis through mutual discipleship.
As a residential student, you’ll have your own private bedroom and bathroom. Each 1,300-square-foot suite includes private rooms for four students plus a common living room, a kitchen, and a washer and dryer. This creates an ideal balance for you: private space for rest and quiet study, shared space for community building and fellowship.
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Situated between Founders Hall and the Administration building, RBC’s residence hall is only steps away from the library, classrooms, and the café and bookstore. You’ll have immediate access to weekly chapel services, on campus Bible studies, sports tournaments, game nights, dinners, and other events. Designated residential parking is also close by, together with a location for bike parking.
When it comes to your growth in Christ and in community during your college experience, there is nothing quite like living on campus. That's why RBC has built this beautiful new residence hall for you.
Each private room and bath is available for a nine-month lease totaling $5,850. You have the option of paying your lease in monthly installments of $650. Additionally, a $200 non-refundable housing fee must be paid to reserve your room. Wi-Fi and all utilities are included in your lease.
Begin your application to Reformation Bible College if you haven’t already. After being accepted at RBC, qualifying students will receive a housing application from our Admissions team. Students approved for housing will be required to submit a $200 non-refundable housing fee to reserve their room. Students applying for the fall semester will receive their housing assignments mid-summer, while students applying for the spring semester can expect to receive their housing assignments in the winter.
Theology for Life
A campus tour allows you the flexibility to schedule a personalized visit. During your tour, meet professors and current students, sit in on a class, speak with our Admissions team, and see our residence hall for yourself.