DBU Life

Residence Halls

Heather Hadlock

Welcome to Residence Life at DBU! As the Director of Residence Life, I want to welcome you to our website. The pages that follow are designed to give you a brief overview of life as a resident at DBU and highlight the important aspects of on-campus living. The Office of Residence Life is designed to be an extension of classroom learning and to provide valuable life experience in the educational process.

These living and learning environments provide students with opportunities to develop interpersonal skills, to increase their understanding of different cultures, and to learn self-discipline in organizing their time for study, work, and social activities.

Living among other students also enhances personal growth through relationships with residents, as well as immediate roommates. Many of these relationships will continue long after your time at DBU has concluded, developing into lifelong friendships.

I am excited that you are considering Dallas Baptist University to continue your education and look forward to meeting you in the near future.

Kelly Anderson
kellya@dbu.edu214-333-5455

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  • Williams Hall Williams Hall

    Williams Hall is set up as a suite-style residence hall with five students sharing a bathroom. There are five Resident Assistants who are here to help out with anything you need. From the annual Williams vs. Lange football game to eating out at various places to service and concerts around the metroplex, we strive to keep things fun while allowing you to grow.Read More

  • Lange Hall Lange Hall

    Lange Hall serves as one of the male residence halls. The style of living is identical to Williams Hall. Rooms are set up as suites with no more than five residents sharing a bathroom. Lange Hall also has five Resident Assistants who actively serve and engage in the lives of the residents. RAs are one of the primary advantages of life in the residence halls. RAs ensure each student is personally welcomed and provide a social atmosphere that makes adjusting to college easy. While each residence hall is unique in its own culture and traditions, each is similar in its attempt to build community and support students throughout their living experience.Read More

  • Crowley Hall Crowley Hall

    Crowley Hall is one of the two female residence halls here at DBU. Crowley is a community oriented living environment. You will only have one roommate, the girls on your hall will share a community bathroom, and one big perk is that the DBU Dining Hall is located in the building. The RA’s make living in Crowley very exciting and home-like.Read More

  • Spence Hall Spence Hall

    Spence Hall is one of the female residence halls at DBU. In Spence there are six RAs, one on each hall. The RAs are responsible for planning hall events each month, conducting meetings, and just being available for their girls. The rooms are set up suite style, where two rooms of girls share one bathroom.Read More

  • Jewel House Jewel House

    The Jewel House is located on the first floor of Spence Hall and houses 18 freshman females and 4 upperclassman mentors.The purpose of Jewel House is to encourage and support each other to become the virtuous women God has called you to be. This will be accomplished through focusing on living a disciplined life with your time, your studies, your walk with the Lord, your relationships, and your physical health and well-being. The Jewel House is designed with four apartment-style units. Each unit has two or four bedroom clusters, a living and dining space, bathroom(s), washer and dryer, and kitchenette with sink, microwave, and refrigerator. Read More

  • Stone House Stone House

    Stone House is located on the lower north level of Williams Hall. It houses 36 freshman male students with 4 upperclassmen mentors. The purpose of Stone House is to disciple new male freshman students and to challenge them to join the legacy of courageous men following Christ. Stone House residents will focus on their spiritual walk, personal leadership, academic studies, and physical health and well-being.

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