Glide-Crawford Hall Resident Director

Julia Sheets, Resident Director
Julia Sheets, Resident Director

My heart definitely belongs to Asbury University, and I have called Wilmore home for several years now.  I graduated from Asbury in 2002 with a Sociology degree.  After serving as a youth minister for 2 years, I returned to Wilmore to go to Asbury Theological Seminary for my Masters of Divinity.  During my time in seminary, I did a year-long internship with Campus Ministries and was active in the college with mentoring and leading mission trips.

It has always been a dream of mine to work at Asbury University, and I love being a Resident Director.  My husband, Josh, and I love living in the dorm with our son, Hugh, and getting to know and love on students. 

Be encouraged that Asbury University is a place where God will meet you.  Your time here will be an amazing time of growth in many ways.  Living in community in G-C is a mighty place where God works! 

Each hall in Glide-Crawford has a fabulous Resident Assistant and Spiritual Life Assistant (Chaplain) who are deeply committed to their hall.  Girls can always be found hanging out in the hallways of the dorm, in our beautiful parlor, or in the Glide-Crawford Commons.  Glide-Crawford is a wonderful home to many students; it is full of traditions, fun, and spiritual growth.

Email Julia Sheets, Glide-Crawford Resident Director, for more information, or call ext. 2311.

Physical Space:

Glide-Crawford is a traditional residence hall and has awesome community.  It has a "classic" feel - being a large brick building with white columns on the front porch, a grand staircase, golden chandeliers in the entrance, a grand piano in the formal sitting area (that we affectionately call the Parlor), and even an outdoor courtyard - bringing some nature in to our living area. We are at the center of it all on campus, being a part of the semi-circle, and a short walk from the cafeteria and classroom buildings.  Glide-Crawford was built in 1924 but had its most recent refurbishing in the summer of 2008.  Like many other traditional halls it has wide hallways, community bathrooms, and common living areas - two kitchens, two lobbies, and a gym.  The rooms include air conditioning, internet, cable TV, wood furniture and carpeting.

Click here for a look inside the building.

 

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