Livingston Hall is located on the south end of campus near Keeble Hall and the School of Religion. This hall features two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments with an open-concept living room and kitchen area, and its own heating and air unit. The kitchen comes complete with a full size refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, microwave, and cabinet space. There is an extended countertop in the kitchen with bar stools provided. Residents provide their own living room furniture and kitchen supplies. The bedrooms are equipped with two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chests of drawers, and a large closet. There is also a hall closet located just inside the entrance to the apartment. At the residents’ own expense, a local cable company can be contacted for cable services. Two coin/card-operated laundry facilities are located on the second floor.
Inside Livingston Hall
Meet the Resident Director: Hannah Sullens
During my first year at Lee University, I had the privilege of living on campus, and the community that I found through residential life shaped my entire Lee experience. Some of my fondest memories while being a student at Lee were cultivated while living on campus. As a Resident Director, my passion is to build intentional relationships with all my residents and help them be confident in who God has called them to be. My heartbeat is to be my residents' biggest cheerleader while advocating for them to utilize all the developmental resources provided through Lee. I am excited and expectant of all that God is going to do throughout our entire year together! My prayer is that by the time my residents leave, each one of them will call Livingston Hall or Livingston East home and feel prepared to go out and be a light in the world!