Banks Hall is the newest residence hall on campus. Banks houses 109 students in double occupancy rooms. It is a coeducational hall with community bathrooms. Among Banks' features are special study rooms on each floor and a computer lab.
The dimensions of the rooms are approximately 13' x 15'.
Miller Hall is Columbia College's largest residence hall, housing 155 students in double-room suites connected by full bathrooms. Miller is divided into four sections of living quarters, which share three lounges. Miller has a computer lab and two additional study lounges.
The dimension of the rooms are approximately 12' x 14'. Typically Miller houses returning students.
Hughes Hall, with its traditional architecture, hardwood floors, and spacious parlor, houses 75 students in 32 double-room suites connected by full baths. Hughes is an all-female residence hall. Hughes has one study lounge and one computer lab for residents' use. Typically Hughes houses returning female students.
The dimensions of the rooms are approximately 13'x 15'.
Hughes also houses the Hughes Haven — a special living environment in the basement of the hall for returning residents. Rooms are apartment style.
Cougar Village is a 14-unit complex housing 56 students. Among Cougar Village's features are full kitchens, three or four bedrooms and cable & Internet access. All apartments are fully furnished with washers and dryers included.
To live in Cougar Village, students must be at least sophomores and in excellent standing with Residential Life. The selection process occurs in the spring semester for the following academic year. Students living in Cougar Village pay $250 over the regular room rate per semester.