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The college offers two residence halls on campus which allows our students to experience a rich social and extra-curricular life. Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of recreational sports in our four-season destination resort area, including skiing; boating; biking or hiking; rock climbing; or whitewater rafting. Students can participate in leadership opportunities, student clubs and organizations, and study abroad experiences while studying at Garrett College.
Garrett College fields NJCAA Division II and III athletic teams in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s baseball, and women’s softball and volleyball. Garrett is a member of Region XX and the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference (MDJUCO).
Garett College is ocated in the mountains of western Maryland overlooking Deep Creek Lake,
Garrett College offers students two distinctive styles of residential living. Our conveniently-located residence halls include Garrett Hall and Laker Hall, both just a short walk from our main campus and the Community Aquatics & Recreational Complex (CARC) fitness facility.
The Office of Residence Life and staff strive to provide Garrett College students with a safe and enjoyable living environment, conducive to academic success, community development and personal growth. We endeavor to develop a sense of community and citizenship among residents living in the halls as well as teach students about the rights and responsibilities of living in a community. We accomplish this task by promoting respect, empowering students to positively affect the community, advocating and adapting to the changing needs of students, and providing programs and experiences to complement their academic and personal goals.
The residence halls at Garrett College are intended to be a place for students to live on campus where they can work toward achieving their academic goals. As a result, all residential students must be in good academic standing in order to live in the residence halls.