Students who live in our on-campus housing will be with others with similar hearts and minds which creates an environment for rapid growth. Campus housing is provided not just for student convenience, but primarily as an instrument to assist student development. Living in community provides unique opportunity for accelerated growth in character as well as social and leadership skills. A student’s dorm experience brings one of the most long term impacting aspects of PBC: life-long friendships. The close-knit, supportive dorms offer students a place to live and work that distinctly enhances their college experience by putting them at the center of everything: classes, the library, recreational facilities, ministry experiences, volunteer opportunities and more.

Dorm Information

We have four dorms on campus. Two of them are Women’s Dorms and two are Men’s Dorms. Each dorm has a common area for dorm residents to hang out in, a kitchen that has a stove, oven, sink, fridge and freezer, shared bathrooms with showers, and washer and dryer unit. Our dorms and dorm common areas are NOT co-ed.

Women’s Dorms

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Dorm 1502
Dorm 4503

Men’s Dorms

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Dorm 2642
Dorm 3642

Room Information

Room sizes and configurations vary as to the location of the room, the dorm and the dorm construction. All dimensions are approximate.

Dimensions

  • 8’6” width
  • 14’6” length

Construction

  • Carpeted
  • Painted Brick Walls
  • Blinds

Closets

  • 2’ Depth
  • 2’8’ width
  • Hanging Bar, open face
  • One shelf on top 10.5”

Desks

  • 2’ Depth
  • 2’8’ width, Formica top

Bookshelves

  • 10″ depth
  • 2’7″ length
  • 15″ to first shelf (3 shelves per desk)

Dresser

  • 6 drawers
  • Wooden construction

Heat

  • Dorms 1, 2, 3: Radiator
  • Dorm 4: Electric
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