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Living on campus is a unique part of your college experience. That’s why students under age 21 who are not heads of households or not living with their parents or guardians are required to live on campus. Ellsworth has three residence halls (Lloyd, Thompson, and Wall Halls), one co-ed Apartment complex, and one co-ed Suites building. In the residence halls, Lloyd Hall houses 126 female and male students, Thompson Hall houses 192 male students, and Wall Hall houses 104 female and male students. Handicap-accessible rooms are available.
The residence hall rooms are furnished with beds and mattresses, draperies, study desks, chairs, and dressers; closet space is available, plus access to cable television (TVs are not furnished). There are also lounges, study areas, laundry facilities, recreational areas, vending machines and television areas in each building. Computers used in the residence halls can be hooked up to an ethernet system that requires an ethernet cable to access the network.
Parking lots are adjacent to each of the residence hall buildings, and security is provided evenings and weekends. The Security Office is in Bullock Jones Hall on the second floor.
Each student who lives in any of the on-campus housing is required to have a Meal Plan at the full-service cafeteria on campus.
Costs for living in student housing can be found on the Costs to Attend web page. There’s also lots of information (and probably answers to nearly all of your questions) in the ECC Housing Policy & Procedures Manual.