University of Missouri, Columbia
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Twenty-four acres, consisting of four apartment-style residence halls, Fulmer Center (home to the academics and administration), The Joseph West Jones Center (housing the library, gymnasium, fitness center, food service, and chapel), and athletics fields.
Located in beautiful Pike Creek Valley, a suburb of Wilmington, Delaware, with easy access to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York and other major east coast cities. The city of Wilmington is a major industrial center in the Mid-Atlantic region and home of many Fortune 500 companies (e.g. DuPont and Bank of America).
Residence Life at Goldey-Beacom College extends and enriches the classroom experience. The focus of the Residence Life program is to create a satisfying group living experience, to create a productive sense of community, and to provide comfortable and convenient accommodations.
Congregate living may present problems and challenges even in a harmonious setting. The Residence Life experience at Goldey-Beacom College hopes to foster consideration, self-restraint, and sensible conflict resolution, with opportunities for growth and leadership within the campus and the community at large.