Eastern Hall, located on the EWC campus, houses approximately 107 students. The second floor has two community bathrooms with laundry facilities available to students at no charge. The first floor of Eastern Hall also has two community bathrooms with free laundry facilities in the west wing, while the east wing provides suites with bathrooms and kitchenettes located between two suites. Only four students share the bathrooms and kitchenettes. There is a student lounge located on the second floor with televisions and study space and a full service kitchen on the first floor.
Each student room has a standard twin bed, closet space, dresser space, cable television outlets, local phone service and internet access. Students supply their personal bedding, hygiene products, cleaning products, personal computer, television and phone for their room. We allow dorm size refrigerators, coffee makers, crock pots, microwaves and toasters in the rooms. Candles, incense, toaster ovens and grills are not allowed in the resident halls due to state fire regulations.
Eastern Hall also has a computer lab in the basement and a game room for students to enjoy. In the main lobby, there is a big screen television and Wii games available for all students.
Eastern Hall is equipped with video security to promote campus safety.
Single rooms will be assigned in the event Eastern Hall is not at capacity prior to the semester.
The Residence Life Coordinator, Jamie Black, resides in Eastern Hall as well as three student assistants.
Lancer Hall, located just a short walk west of the main campus houses 58 students. All rooms in Lancer Hall are suites, meaning two rooms share the bathroom located in the middle of the two suites. Lancer Hall offers, free laundry facilities, computer labs, common rooms for study groups and relaxation, a large lobby with a big screen television, Wii games and a full size kitchen for student use. All suites have local phone service, internet access and cable television hook-ups. Students supply their personal computer, phone and television along with cleaning supplies, bedding for a standard twin bed and personal hygiene products. Microwaves, coffee pots, dorm size refrigerators and crock pots are allowed. Candles, incense, toaster ovens and grills are not allowed due to state fire regulations.
Lancer Hall is equipped with video security to promote campus safety.
Kellee Gooder, the Director of Residence Life, resides in Lancer Hall as well as three student assistants.