We are very excited that you are considering living on campus. ASU-Beebe is an outstanding university, and as a member of the residential community you will be able to experience all ASU-Beebe has to offer first hand. We have an excellent staff committed to providing you with a quality living, learning environment. The mission of our Residence Life program is to provide a safe, secure, and comfortable living environment that fosters a sense of community and is conducive to students' personal growth and academic pursuits.
Living on campus puts you in the heart of campus life. Your classes, labs, the library, intramural activities, and student activities are all within a very short walk from our residence halls. Time and time again, our students and alumni reflect on their experiences in the residence halls as some of their favorite memories of college. At no other time will you meet such a diverse and exciting group of people in one place. Many of the friendships you form in the residence hall will be life-long.
Studies have shown that students' success in college is directly related to the amount of their involvement in campus life. Living on campus provides many opportunities for involvement. Students living on campus report a smoother adjustment to college, become involved in organizations, participate in sponsored events, and tend to have a slightly higher grade point average.
Our staff is eager to have you visit our campus and tour the residence halls. The Admissions Office can arrange a tour at a time convenient for you. We look forward to your arrival!
The Residence Life Staff
ASU-Beebe has two residence halls, Horizon and Legacy Hall, with a total capacity of 248 students. Having a smaller on-campus community makes it much easier for students to become acquainted with each other, form study groups, and make friends. Each hall is staffed by a full-time professional staff member, known as the Hall Director. In addition to the Hall Director, a Resident Assistant (R.A.) lives on each floor of the residence hall. R.A.'s are students, who are trained to be peer counselors and help with building a community in the residence halls. Hall Directors and R.A.'s are always available to answer any questions and help you with the transition to college life. The Residence Life staff holds regular activities, both social and educational, for residential students.
Room, board, and laundry charges for the 2013-2014 academic year are $2752/single room and $2352/double room per semester. Board includes three meals daily Monday through Friday. Payments may made through the FACTS payment system. The university reserves the right to change the amount of fees or to add new ones at any time such action is deemed necessary.
Apply early for a single room. Room assignments and move-in dates will be mailed during August. To reserve your room, you can request an application and contract by calling 501-882-4491 and submit it with a $150.00 deposit to the Cashier's Office.
You can use our online application:
and mail the deposit separately to:
Arkansas State University - Beebe
PO Box 1000
Beebe, AR 72012
or you may print and send in the application and Residence Hall Contract with your deposit
If you have any questions about Residence Life, please call 501-882-4491.