Choices and Rates
2014-2015 University Housing Fees
Residence Hall $2250 per semester
Broad Apartments $2750 per semester
$300 Room Reservation Fee
Freshman and Sophomores are required to live in University Housing.
Freshman are required to live in the Residence Hall their first year.
Thomas University Residence Hall
The Thomas University Residence Hall is an 18,700 square foot brick building situated on 2.6 beautifully landscaped acres two miles from the university's main campus. The hall contains 32 spacious living units suited for double occupancy. Each unit has a private bath. All residence rooms are equipped with basic cable TV and wired and wireless Internet service. A desk, a dresser, and a twin bed are provided per student. Each room has phone hook-ups. The residence hall has a game room, large patio, laundry room, and study area. A centralized mailbox is available just off the great room. A soft drink and snack machine is available for the students in the centralized snack area. A full kitchen is also available for those who prefer to cook their own meals. Freshman have priority placement at the Residence Hall. The Assistant-Director of Housing lives on site along with three Resident Assistants.
Broad/Loomis Street Apartments
Located a short walk from downtown Thomasville, the Broad/Loomis street apartments are Thomas University’s newest housing facilities. The complex houses 48 residents in 16 two-bedroom one-bath apartments. There is an onsite laundry facility. The Broad Apartments have a fully functioning kitchen with a full size fridge, an oven, and a stove. There is a common area and dining area. Apartment mates should discuss furnishings. Each facility has cable and Wi-Fi. A desk, a dresser, and a twin bed are provided per student. The Broad Apartments provide an apartment living environment for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.