Office of Residence Life & Housing
Room & Board Costs
Housing Cost Breakdown Per Semester
|Residence Hall||Room Cost|
|Morris Cone A||$1,894|
|Morris Cone B||$1,894|
|Ted Baker Apartments||$1,894|
|Tiger Landing Apartments||$1,894|
Meal Plan Cost Breakdown Per Semester
Meal Plans – $2,111*
Meal Plans costs are subject to change
Residence Halls at EWC
Edward Waters College’s Residence Life and Housing program is an integral part of the student experience at EWC. Our residence life program extends housing for all full-time enrolled EWC students who choose to reside on campus. Because of the positive outcomes produced by the campus residential experience, all First Time In College are required to live on campus until they obtain Sophomore classification status (some exemptions apply).
Within EWC’s 6 residential locations. Our diverse residential community lives within a positive environment that is balanced with learning, diversity, and convenience. Every room is fully furnished with an extra-long twin-sized bed, dresser, desk, chair, closet, wireless internet, and wiring for cable television. Additionally, each resident is provided with an amenity package that includes vending, study rooms, computer labs, internet connectivity, cable (79 plus channels), utilities, and multipurpose rooms.
All residence halls are centrally located within a five-ten minute walking distance to all academic and recreational facilities.
Residence halls are communities. The students who reside on campus accept the rights and responsibilities associated with communal living. More specifically, Edward Waters College believes that students, by agreeing to live on campus, consent to certain roommate rights, including the right to sleep undisturbed in one’s room and its facilities without pressure or interference from roommates, and to personal privacy.
At EWC, students who live in the residences are required to abide by the established community policy on visitation and cohabitation. Civil laws, too, may have an impact on how students live in their environment.
Roommates and suitemates should always discuss the rules that will govern how they will operate within the room or suite during the first week of their move-in. Agreements should be reviewed periodically by the residents of the room. These agreements may be found with your Hall Management team or the RLH Office for your use. You may also request that your Hall Management facilitate the development of your roommate/suitemate agreement to ensure the fairness of the process.
Visitors may not infringe on the rights of other residents or guests to study, sleep or socialize in their room, suite, or building. In support of the teachings of Christian values and our institution mission, we are committed to providing a holistic moral education. Therefore, we do not condone the following in the residence hall: co-habitation, exploitive relationships, daytime or overnight visitors/residents involved in sexual intimacy.