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About Bluefield College
Bluefield College is a Christian liberal arts college located in Southwest Virginia. Nestled in the scenic Appalachian Mountains, Bluefield is surrounded by stunning natural beauty and outdoor adventures in hiking, canoeing, skiing, rock-climbing, spelunking, and white-water rafting.
Bluefield is a town in Tazewell County, Virginia, along the Bluestone River. Educational institutions include Graham High School and Bluefield College.
The College requires all students to reside on campus unless any of the following qualifications are met:
- The student is twenty-one (21) years of age as of September 1st of the current academic school year.
- The student resides at home with a parent or legal guardian within a 45-mile radius of the College.
While living on campus, students must purchase a meal plan. At least a 100-count meal plan is required for all students living in on campus apartments.
Students twenty-six (26) years of age or older at the beginning of the current academic year must reside off campus. For information regarding residing on or off campus, contact the Office of Student Development. This does not apply to married couples applying for on-campus married housing.
Bluefield College has five residence halls on campus. Room furnishings in Cruise and Rish Hall include a bed, desk and chair, chest of drawers, a closet, and a Micro Fridge Unit. Room furnishings in East River include a bed, desk and chair, a wardrobe, and a Micro Fridge Unit. Each hall is designed with a lobby, sitting room with television, laundry room, and computer lab. The married apartments come furnished; however, the cottages do not. Alumni Hall is furnished with a bed, chest of drawers, desk chair, built-in desk and shelves, and a Micro Fridge Unit. Each room is equipped with a cable television connection and Internet accessibility.
Cruise Hall and Rish Hall are three-story residence halls with two and three-person rooms. East River is a three-story residence hall with men and women housed on separate floors and single and two-person rooms. East River also has four married apartments and single and double occupancy rooms. Alumni Hall is a three-story residence hall with single rooms.
Bluestone Commons are apartment style housing with males and females housed in separate buildings. Each unit houses four individuals with two single rooms and one double occupancy room. Each room contains a bed, chest of drawers, closet, desk and desk chair with the shared room having two of each item. The apartment has two bathrooms, a full kitchen, furnished dining and living room, and washer and dryer in each unit.
Students requesting a private room in either Rish or Cruise Hall must pay a fee, which is an additional 40% of the double room rate.
The College reserves the right to make all residence hall, room and roommate assignments, and reassignments. Every effort will be made to honor your request; however, we cannot guarantee your request unless you and your roommate request each other. The College does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, national origin, ethnic origin, religion, or physical handicap.
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