Davis College Residence Life
The residence halls at Davis College are a close-knit community of students sharing life together. Davis College features two single student residence halls, three married student apartment buildings, and several Upperclassmen Suites. Single men live in Patterson Hall, our 48 room men’s residence hall. Single women reside in Chatlos-Davis Hall, in living quarters located above the main classrooms and chapel.
Each dorm room is carpeted, and features attractive wooden furniture, including bed frame and mattress, dresser, and student desk. Both residence halls feature comfortable student lounges with access to microwaves and televisions. The basement area of Patterson Hall, houses classrooms, a larger recreation lounge, and our music department recording studio. The lounge includes a big screen television with comfortable seating, ping-pong table and pool table.
Each hall is supervised by a Resident Director, living in an apartment attached to the residence hall. Resident Directors are responsible for the supervision of the hall, coordinating activities, handling maintenance issues, mentoring, and providing accountability for resident students.
All single students under 22 are required to live on campus, unless they are living with parents or relatives in the community. Students are required to carry a minimum load of 6 credits to live in the residence halls.
For more information on the residence halls, please contact one of the Residence Directors, Cresanna Kahrl (female residents) or Dan J. Rathmell (male residents). For more information on married student housing, please contact the Student Development Office at 607.729.1581 x 315.