About Our Residence Halls

Campbell Village (coed), Cochran Hall (coed), Goodnight (coed), Harlan (men) and Phillips (women) residence halls are available to First-Year Students. Click here to view a list of amenities available in each residence hall.

Campbell Village

One of Bethany College’s most in-demand housing areas, Campbell Village, consists of apartment-style suites that offer many of the amenities of home.

The suites are designed for four students, each with his or her own bedroom. All bedrooms are furnished with a double bed, dresser, nightstand, mirror/closet, desk and chair. Each suite contains two bathrooms with a double sink, vanity, bathtub/shower and toilet. Suitemates share a living area and kitchenette. Campbell Village features air conditioning.

Campbell Village is made up of four separate buildings, all of which provide housing to nearly half of Bethany’s student population. Currently, Campbell Village provides housing to both freshmen and upperclassmen.

Each individual building is outfitted with laundry facilities, vending services and community lounge space. Campbell Villages 3 and 4 are handicapped accessible.

Cochran Hall

Cochran Hall serves as Bethany’s newest residence, housing 72 students in its recently renovated modern suite-style rooms. Each suite accommodates two to six students. Within the suite, residents share common living space, a common bathroom and either single or double bedrooms.

One of Bethany’s historic buildings, the Hall was constructed in 1910. It was originally used as a men’s residence and later for faculty offices with a guest apartment in the basement. While it was later closed, the College celebrated Cochran’s reopening after an extensive $4.5 million renovation in fall 2010.

Conveniently situated, Bethany’s Thomas P. Johnson Jr. College Center — including Bethany House (Enrollment Management, Student Services, Renner Art Gallery and the Department of Communications and Media Arts) and Benedum Commons (Boomer’s, the bookstore and dining hall) — is just a short walk away.

Cochran Hall is fully accessible and features multiple laundry facilities and central air conditioning.

Phillips Hall

Phillips Hall provides residence facilities for females seeking a traditional all-female residence hall experience. Located in the center section of campus, it houses 110 Bethany students in bedrooms complete with two single beds, dressers, desks and closets. Like its all-male counterpart, Harlan Hall, bathrooms and showers are located on each floor for community use.

In addition to residential rooms, Phillips Hall is also home to student programming space in Renner Too and Maxwell’s, where the College holds a variety of campus events. It also features a large lounge where students often gather.

The hall was completed in 1929 and replaced the original Phillips Hall, which was a gift from Thomas W. Phillips.


Harlan Hall

Ivabell Harlan Hall is an all-male residence hall located in the center section of campus. Harlan provides residence facilities to 68 Bethany students and is well-suited for those looking for a traditional housing experience during their undergraduate career.

Students residing in Harlan Hall live in bedrooms equipped with two single beds, dressers, desks and closets. Shared bathroom facilities are located on each floor.

The hall also has two student lounge spaces on the lower level. There, students can gather for studying, games and conversation or to watch television and take advantage of the community pool table.

Harlan Hall was constructed in 1960 and was made possible by a gift from C. Allen Harlan.

Goodnight House

Goodnight House is a two-story residence hall designed to promote community living. Residents live in cubes consisting of four bedrooms and a common bathroom. Each bedroom contains two single beds, dressers, desks and closets.

Goodnight has kitchen and laundry facilities and also features furnished lounges with televisions.

Located between Campbell Village and Greek housing, Goonight House was named in honor of Cloyd Goodnight, who served as president of the College from 1919-1932.