Aldersgate Commons consists of six apartment-style residence halls. Davis, Fisher, Thacker and Eddy houses contain two-bedroom, four-person apartments. Howell and Pike are able to house eight students in each suite. Aldersgate housing is intended to provide an opportunity for students to experience apartment-style living while developing citizenship, leadership and community service skills. Housing in Aldersgate can accommodate 140 sophomores, juniors and seniors.
The residence halls are where life happens. Between seasonal events, Bible studies and prayer time with your hall, friendships are made here that will last a lifetime.
Asbury has some of the most competitive room and board rates in the state. Below is a bit of information on each residence hall, but you really need to schedule a visit to campus to see what residence life at Asbury University is like!
Glide-Crawford Residence Hall, erected in 1925, accommodates 308 women. It is a traditional residence hall with halls of approximately 30 residents each, coming together for various activities to challenge, support and celebrate. Most rooms are designed for double occupancy.
Johnson Hall is composed of Main (1948) and two wings, East (1954) and West (1955). It is one of two Men's residencies. Rooms are single or double occupancy.
Dorothy M. Kresge Residence Hall, housing 243 women, was opened in September 1973 and renovated in 2005. It offers student housing which features small family-style units, which facilitate friendship among resident women.
Trustees Hall includes Main (1960) and one wing, East (1965). It is one of two Men's residencies. Rooms are single or double occupancy.