Residential Education & Services
The Office of Residential Education & Services supports Oxford College's residential college system, which fosters learning and personal development for over 900 undergraduate students. The Office of Residential Educational & Services (RES) includes four residential areas: Elizer and Murdy Halls, Fleming Hall, Jolley Residential Center, and Haygood Hall. The office coordinates with multiple departments on campus to integrate student services related to dining, physical resources, advising, crisis management, health services, and counseling.
All students at Oxford College are required to live on campus. The on-campus living experience provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in your college experience. Oxford residence halls have both professional and student staff members who live and work in the hall with you in order to ease the transition from high school to collegiate life. Staff members empower residents to respect each other as individuals, seek new experiences, and take an active and creative role in shaping their living environments. Residents are encouraged to develop their fullest potential, as well as hold one another accountable, creating a sense of community, mutual respect, and personal responsibility to themselves and others.
Residential Education and Services
110 Few Circle
Oxford, GA 30054