As part of the University, each student becomes part of the Cairn family. Often, students and professors study, share meals and fellowship, and become part of one another’s lives during their time together. The campus is large enough to offer a broad cultural experience, and small enough to provide you with a supportive, community atmosphere.
Resident Life is a part of the unique university experience at Cairn. You will develop life-long friendships, learn in a social context, and most importantly, be a part of a dynamic university community. Undergraduate students can choose from two university housing locations: Manor Residence Halls and Heritage Hall.
From the classroom to the dorm, a student’s spiritual life and growth is woven throughout their whole university experience. In addition to the biblical integration in their academic work and the fellowship of a Christian campus community, students also regularly attend chapel services, participate in local ministries, and get involved with area churches.
Students have access to resources that are designed to assist with the transition to university life, to make sure they can enjoy a safe and healthy campus experience, and to prepare them for the professional world after they graduate. Learn more about available student services.