Living on Campus


START LIVING…. Most Webber students call our residence halls home. They provide a safe environment in which students grow and flourish personally, socially and academically, while becoming leaders of the University and the community as a whole. The residence halls are centrally located on the beautiful shores Crooked Lake. Thus, students can interact easily with each other and experience life here to the fullest. At Webber, community spirit grows very quickly; hence Student Life is able to encourage and nurture the individual goals, academic success and athletic achievements of its students.

Presently, Webber has five residence halls. Grace Hall has shared room accommodations for male students and Camilla Hall has shared room accommodations for our female students. Dorms “A”, “B”, and Miranda Hall each have single private bedrooms, a semi-private bath, and a suite lounge. All dorms have laundry facilities, cable, ethernet, and a micro-fridge. The dormitories are adjacent to the Babson Center, which houses the dining room.

All of the rooms in the residence halls are fully furnished with a bed, dresser, desk and closet for each resident. A twin size bed is also provided. Leather couches and chairs are provided in the common living area.

All residence halls are smoke/vape free.

Resident Assistants, leaders within the student housing community, live in the dorms in order to provide whatever assistance and guidance residents may need.


Remember, most students come with too much, very few come with too little. Your room already comes with a bed, dresser or built-in storage, closet, desk and chair. All rooms are carpeted although you may want to add a decorative touch on top.


Questions? Suggestions? Comments?

Contact the Dean of Students