Welcome to Talladega College Housing

College campus housing is the heart of your education. It’s where you come together with your peers, mentors, and friends. It’s where community is formed. Whether you’re a future student, parent, or student leader, we have the housing and residential information you need to make yourself at home. The Residential Life Staff will strive to make your stay exciting and enjoyable. To help promote a healthy atmosphere conducive to living and learning, there are policies and procedures that have been established. We expect all of our residents to demonstrate mutual respect for one another.

In addition to completing your college application, a Housing application must be completed. Students must be accepted to the college before housing is assigned. A student qualifies for on-campus housing upon completion of registration with a course schedule of 12 or more semester hours. Students who are not registered will not be permitted to move into the residence hall, eat in the cafeteria, or attend classes. Residents who drop below full-time status (12 semester hours), or withdraw must notify the Housing Office and follow the appropriate check out procedure.img3

No Student Can Qualify For On-Campus Housing Until He/She Has Completed All Registration Requirements.

Our Residential Halls


Arthur D. Shores Hall, constructed in 1974, is named for Arthur D. Shores, Class of 1927, who served for many years as a member and chairman of the college Board of Trustees.


Ish Hall, constructed in 1963, was named for Jefferson Ish, Class of 1907, who at the time of his death was a member of the Board of Trustees.


Crawford Hall, constructed in 1968, is named for George W. Crawford, Class of 1900, an attorney from New Haven, Connecticut.


Derricotte Hall  – Female Honors House, built in 1940-41, was the gift of the Harkness Foundation and named for Juliette Derricotte, Class of 1918, who at the time of her death in 1932 was a member of the Board of Trustees.


Senior Grove, constructed in 1993, consists of three buildings. The units are accessible for the physically disabled.