Living on Campus

Experience the Ultimate Living Experience at FVSU!

On-campus living at Fort Valley University provides the ultimate in convenience to enhance your college experience.

The Wildcat Commons community comes complete with modern clubhouse, which includes a Papa John’s Takeout and recreation center.

The Commons come complete with awesome amenities:

  • Furniture Package
  • High Speed and Wireless Internet Access
  • Telephone Line (Student must contact AT&T for service)
  • Computer lab in each Wildcat Commons facility
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Cable TV
  • Individual Leases
  • Recreation/Gaming Center

Traditional Housing

William Madison Boyd Hall was constructed in 1965 and named in honor or Dr. Boyd who was a dedicated professor of the Social Sciences.
John W. Davison Hall erected in 1948 and renovated in 1975, is named in honor of one of the founding fathers and the first principal of the Fort Valley High and Industrial School.
Anna T. Jeanes Hall, a remodeled facility of the original frame structure built around 1900, is named in honor of the philanthropist, Anna T. Jeanes.
Josepine Lewis Hall, often called Josie Hall, was erected in 1969. It memorializes a woman who served this institution for many years as a Residence Hall Director.
Sophia Moore Hall was built in 1964. An annex was added in 1976. The main building and annex can accommodate 154 students. Ms. Moore was Supervisor of Custodial services.
Anthony D. Watson Hall was constructed in 1965 and named for Mr. Watson who served the University as Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds for a number of years. The building was partially renovated in 1985.
Ohio Hall was built in 1930 with funds contributed by the Episcopal Church of the State of Ohio. The building was renovated in 2011 and reopened in August 2012 as a Honor’s Facility.

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