Residence Halls

Residential Life is a supportive living and learning environment that bridges in-class learning opportunities and out of class residential living which enhances the student’s intellectual and personal growth. Adjusting to college life is a process that takes time and effort as many students may have not shared a room or lived away from home prior to attending college. Staff is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to help with the transition.

Morris College has five residence halls: two for females, two for males and one assigned as needed. Each residence hall contains a learning center complete with a mini-library and computers, television/social lounges, a microwave oven, vending machines, laundry facilities, and access to Internet service and cable television from individual rooms.

Students wishing to reserve a room in one of the college’s residence halls for the regular academic year (fall and/or spring semesters), summer sessions included must submit a one-time refundable room deposit of $100.00 with a completed Housing Agreement form.

The Housing Agreement Form should be returned by June 30 for the Fall Semester, by December 15 for the Spring Semester, by May 1 for the Summer Session.

  • Charles Gilchrist Adams, C. Mackey Daniels, Marion Woodard Wright McLester, Beatrice Gregg Sanders Hall (A.D.M.S. Hall)

    Charles Gilchrist Adams, C. Mackey Daniels, Marion Woodard Wright McLester, Beatrice Gregg Sanders Hall (built 1998), is a residence hall for women.

    Capacity: 224/Four floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twins beds, closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room

    Amenities: Cable and Internet connection for each student; Learning Laboratory with computers and a student lounge on each floor, snack and drinks machines, and microwave oven on the first floor.

  • Anna D. Reuben, Mamie Coker, Magnolia Lewis, Albertha Simons Hall (AMMA Hall)

    Anna D. Reuben, Mamie Coker, Magnolia Lewis, Albertha Simons Hall (built 1984), is a residence hall for women

    Capacity: 164/Two floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twins beds, closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room

    Amenities: Cable and Internet connection for each student; Learning Laboratory with computers, snack and drinks machines, and microwave oven on the first floor.

  • G. Goings Daniels Residence Hall (Daniels Hall)

    G. Going Daniels Hall (built 1964, dining facility renovated in 2003), is a residence hall and dining facility.

    Capacity: 59/Two floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twins beds, closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room

    Amenities: able and Internet connection for each student; Learning Laboratory with computers, snack and drinks machines, and microwave oven on the first floor.

  • Dobbins-Keith-Whitner Residence Hall (DKW Hall)

    Dobbins-Keith-Whitener Hall (built 1967), is a residence hall for men.

    Capacity: 100/Two floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twins beds, closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room

    Amenities: Cable and Internet connection for each student; Learning Laboratory with computers, snack and drinks machines, and microwave oven on the first floor.

  • J. O. Rich, S.C. Cureton, Ed. F. Johnson Hall (RCJ Hall)

    J. O. Rich, S.C. Cureton, Ed. F. Johnson Hall (built 1993), is a residence hall for men

    Capacity: 138/Two floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twins beds, closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room on each floor

    Amenities: Cable and Internet connection for each student; Learning Laboratory with computers, snack and drinks machines, and microwave oven on the first floor.

  • Alexander-Graham Hall

    Daisy Belton Alexander and Lewis P. Graham, Sr. Residence Hall (built), is a residence hall for men.

    Capacity: 74/Three floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twin beds, and closet with shelves

    Laundry: Laundry room

    Amenities: Cable and Internet service for each student, Learning Computer Laboratory, vending machines, and a microwave oven on the first floor.

  • Bowman-Clark Hall

    Annie Mae Jones Bowman and Audree Adamsom Clark Residence Hall (built 2013), is a residence hall for women.

    Capacity: 74/Three floors

    Room Style: Double capacity

    Bathroom: Community bathroom with showers

    Furniture: Desks, chairs, twin beds, closet with shelves

    Amenities: Cable and Internet service for each student, Learning Computer Laboratory, vending machines, and a microwave on the first floor.