The best way to make a college experience everything you want it to be and more is to live on campus where you’re connected to all the activities and resources Point University has to offer. That is why students are required to live on campus their freshman and sophomore year unless they live within a fifty-mile radius of Point’s West Point campus. Living on campus allows Point students to be part of a community that supports each other academically, spiritually and socially.

Point offers multiple living communities, and students are placed primarily by class. Each living community is assigned Campus Life Ministers (CLM) who help students transition to college life by mentoring residents and hosting community activities. A CLM’s goal is to make sure all residents feel like they are welcomed, and become engaged members of the Point community. They also maintain a safe environment for students and provide necessary disciplinary structure.


Living Learning Community

The Living and Learning Community, conveniently located a short walk away from the Lanier Academic Center, provides a small community environment for students seeking to encourage each other academically, socially and spiritually. This fully updated dorm offers students the privacy of individual rooms with shared common space and a full kitchen.

Lofts

The Loft are located in downtown West Point, only blocks away from the Lanier Academic Center. This suite-style facility provides freshman girls with a close community to help them acclimate to college life. Each room has a private bathroom, and residents share a common living area with couches, tables, and televisions and a kitchen with updated appliances.

Skyhawks Hall

Newly constructed Skyhawks Hall is home to students living in West Point, Georgia. Each apartment is fully updated with two-person bedrooms, shared bathrooms and a full kitchen and living area. Convenient, free shuttle service transports students to campus and activities. Basketball and sand volleyball courts are also steps away for when students need time to relax and have fun.

Nest

The Nest is a traditional, dorm-style residence hall for underclassmen with shared living and restroom spaces. Part of the Point Living Community, it is within walking distance of the Lanier Academic Center and convenient to downtown West Point and the popular Feast House student ministry hangout. Shuttles are available to residents who need transportation to athletic and band practices, as well as other school-sponsored events off-campus.

Summit

The Summit is a dorm-style hall with shared living and restroom spaces that is reserved for our female underclassmen. Located on campus above the Point University Bookstore and Dining Hall, it is in downtown West Point and close to the Lanier Academic Center and popular Feast House student ministry hangout. This student housing is configured for three to four students per room (depending on room size), features one bed, built-in desk, dresser and closet per student, as well as a common living area, kitchen and nearby parking. 
Check out this video featuring our living spaces for underclassmen.