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The pristine surrounds of Stillman College create the ideal liberal arts environment. The College’s attractive 105-acre campus combines the history and tradition of the past with the innovation and pluralistic culture of the future. Stillman’s unfaltering commitment to providing an elite education for its 1,000 highly-capable, enthusiastic students drives change not only on the Stillman campus, but also in the community.
Tuscaloosa is a top destination for many international students given that it's considered to be one of the most affordable cities to live in.
Stillman College maintains four residence halls, two male and two female. The residence halls are equipped with study areas, TVs in each lobby, laundry facilities and refreshment machines. All rooms are furnished and designed to house two students and are equipped with cable services.
All freshmen and sophomore students, with the exception of students who graduated from a high school within a 50-mile radius of the College campus, are required to live on campus both semesters. Students desiring accommodations in on campus housing must complete and submit a contract for student housing and a housing application. A non-refundable housing reservation fee ($200.00 for Wynn Hall and $300 for Roulhac Hall) is required for all incoming students. Roommate requests can be made on the back of the housing application form. Request must be mutual. If no request is made by the incoming student prior to arriving on campus, a roommate assignment will be determined by the residence hall director. Students will receive their room number and room key upon check-in to the residence hall.
All students living in the residence halls are required to have a meal plan. The meal plans are not transferable or exchangeable.