Living in a Maranatha dorm means gaining another family. With over 500 students living in Maranatha’s ten residence halls, there is no shortage of friends to be made, and dorm life is often an unforgettable aspect of a college career. Lasting friendships are made in the dorms, and group devotions three nights out of the week encourage spiritual growth. Maranatha has ten residence halls, each with a unique design and personality. Each of Maranatha’s dorm is equipped with a printer than can be accessed online. Each dorm also contains laundry facilities that students can use with a debit or credit card.

Women's Dorms

Maranatha’s five women’s dorms stand on the north side of campus and share plenty of parking lot space. Each room has many possibilities for decor, and residents enjoy filling their rooms with color and life.


Day Hall was constructed in 2006 and is the newest edition to the girl’s side of campus. The rooms fit four girls comfortably. Each room consists of two sets of bunk beds (four beds total), a sink, two dressers, two mirrors and a luxurious walk-in-closet. Also, each floor has a bathroom, complete with four communal showers. If one wants to relax, both the second and third floors have spacious study rooms with a table and a comfortable couch. If a computer is needed, each floor contains a small computer lab with two computers for use by any girl in the dorm. The first floor contains a lobby which acts as a study area as well as a place in which the girls meet for dorm devotions every Tuesday night. Also, each floor is complete with laundry amenities. Day also has four practice rooms with pianos in the first floor lobby.


Men's Dorms

Maranatha’s five men’s dorms form a semicircle on the south side of campus surrounding a large grassy quad. Students enjoy pickup football and soccer games on the quad. A parking lot is situated conveniently behind the men’s dorms, and each dorm has its own vending machines.

Armitage Hall is uniquely located a block off campus, and its residents are older students pursuing senior-level or seminary coursework. There are two common areas that provide microwaves, refrigerators, couches, and beanbag chairs. Armitage is a former motorcycle shop that was purchased and renovated in 1995.