Studies reveal that living on campus positively affects academic performance and overall satisfaction with the college experience. Williams Baptist College therefore encourages students to live on campus. Single students are assigned to Southerland, Shell, Cash, Wilson, or Butler Halls. Trained staff administer a program of residential living to create an environment that is conducive for students' personal development. Educational programs and social opportunities are offered to resident students.
Southerland and Shell halls are residence halls for women equipped with fully-furnished rooms and semi-private baths. Wilson Hall is a residence hall for men equipped with fully furnished rooms and private baths. Cash Hall is another facility for men with semi- private baths. Butler Hall (men’s honor housing) has private rooms with semi-private baths. Each residence hall has lounge areas and laundry facilities.