Moravian College is a residential campus where more than 1,000 students live on Main Campus and Hurd (South) Campus in either a traditional residence hall or a more independent suite-style apartment unit. Since the residential experience can be such an important influence in bringing about student growth and development, all full-time students except those living with parents or a legal guardian within a 50-mile radius, are required to live in a Moravian residence hall.
Living on campus provides the opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the college experience while taking advantage of community development activities and participating in numerous campus activities. Our hope is that through their residential experience, students will learn from one another as well as about themselves. Residence hall living helps students realize the effect of their actions on those around them, develop a sensitivity to their society, practice self-discipline, and enhance skills in interpersonal relationships.