The Fall 23 Semester will open with a return of students to full Main Campus instructions
and the opening of the first residence hall on the campus of Shorter College. With the
completion of this building, the college can offer on-campus housing as part of
transitioning back to its former status as a "residential" institution rather than its current
designation as a "commuter" school.
The first new residence hall, located at 605 Bishop Lindsey Avenue in North Little Rock, will
house out-of-town students and athletes for Shorter's new men's and women's basketball
teams, which debuted this season.
The buildings can house a maximum of 42 residents per semester, and all students wanting
to reserve a room must fill out an application form before the start of a particular semester
and be currently registered for classes and in good financial standing with the institution.
You can find the housing application, which requires a $150 application fee
and room deposit, here: https://form.jotform.com/230508383186054
You can find information on the upcoming move-in day procedures here:
Founded in 1886 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church and named for AME Bishop
Hames A. Shorter, the private, faith-based liberal arts college is the only private, two-year
HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) in the country.