Housing / Dining

Residence Halls

College Hall

College Hall

College Hall is the latest edition to the Florida College residence halls. Originally erected as C-Dorm, the building was recently refurbished to house 32 upper-division women. Ms. Judy Bertram acts as dorm supervisor for College Hall.

Features:
  • Suites of four rooms with shared common area
  • Common bath with two sinks and showers
  • Laundry room

Boswell and Terrace Halls

Boswell and Terrace are the newest additions to the Florida College residence halls. Boswell Hall is a men only dorm holding 320 beds, and Terrace houses only women, holding 90. Rene and Dee Anderson supervise the men of Boswell Hall. Shirley Schmidt supervises the women of Terrace hall.

Features:
  • Suites of two rooms with shared common area
  • Common bath with two sinks shared by each suite
  • Laundry room
  • Fitness center
  • Study lounge on every floor

Hinely Hall

Hinely Hall was constructed in 1998 and houses the majority of the women on campus. Becky Cawthon is the supervisor.

Features:
  • Suites of two rooms
  • Common bath shared by each suite
  • Laundry room on each floor
  • Sink in every room
  • Fitness center
  • Wireless internet access

Sutton Hall

Sutton Hall is the oldest residence hall on campus. Originally constructed as a hotel and clubhouse to serve the Temple Terrace Country Club. It has housed four generations of young women. Ashley McDaniel is the supervisor.

Features:

  • Individual rooms housing two students
  • Suites of two rooms
  • Common bath shared by suites
  • Sink in every room
  • Wireless internet access