5 Best High Point University (HPU) Dorms

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At HPU, every single dorm is close to campus, so there’s no need to rent a car. But if you do want to drive somewhere, it’s convenient since each building is located near a parking lot. If you prefer to go car-free on campus, there are shuttles that take students between buildings.

The best part about living in HPU dorms? All freshmen live in one of these five residential dorms or communities. Each community has its own unique vibe and style—but they all have something in common: they’re great places to meet new friends!

1. R.G. Wanek Center

805-951 Alumni Ave, High Point, NC 27262, United States

If you’re looking to live in a dorm that has a social atmosphere, look no further than R.G. Wanek Center! Located on campus, it’s close to everything—including dining halls and academic buildings—but far enough away that it feels like home. Most of its residents are upperclassmen, so it has a more mature vibe than other dorms on campus. Students who choose to live here love how close it is to campus, but they also say that there aren’t many dining options nearby. Still, if you want a quiet place with easy access to all your classes and activities, Wanek is a great option. There are singles available as well as doubles and quads.

HPU – R.G Wanek Center Dorm Cost

Room TypeSemester RateAcademic Year Rate
One person in Unit/Loft (Tier-5)$6,408$12,816

2. Caffey Hall

High Point, NC 27262, United States

If you’re looking to be close to campus, but also want a quieter place to call home, Caffey Hall is a great option. Located on one of HPU’s quietest streets, it offers privacy and comfort. Many students choose to live in singles or doubles, but there are some quads available. Reviewers say that since most of its residents are upperclassmen, it has a more mature vibe than other dorms on campus. They also love how spacious their rooms are—some even have balconies! Although Caffey Hall is a great choice if you want to be close to everything, reviewers warn that there aren’t many dining options nearby.

HPU – Caffey Hall Dorm Cost

Room TypeSemester RateAcademic Year Rate
One person in Unit/Loft (Tier-3)$6,128$12,256
Two people in Unit/Studio/Loft$3,916$7,832
Four people in Unit/Loft$2,713$5,426

3. Blessing Hall

Blessing Way, High Point, NC 27262, United States

Blessing residential community is arranged in apartment suites. Apartment suites are arranged in two, three, and four-bedroom units with one student in each bed. Located on Blessings Way, just a few blocks from campus, Blessing Hall is one of HPU’s most popular dorms. Most students say that although it’s one of HPU’s oldest dorms, it has a cozy feel and offers privacy and comfort. Most of its residents are upperclassmen—especially juniors and seniors—but there are some freshmen who live here as well.

HPU – Blessing Hall Dorm Cost

Room TypeSemester RateAcademic Year Rate
Two bedrooms Suite in Unit/Loft (Tier-4)$4,314$8,628

4. Finch Hall

908 Extraordinary Way, High Point, NC 27262, United States

Completed in 1987 and renovated in 2006, Finch Hall houses 184 honors scholar students. The rooms are double and single occupancy and are arranged in suites. The residents of Finch Hall are actively engaged in living and learning together in High Point University’s Honors Scholar housing community. Located on a quiet street on campus, and also right next door to York Hall, which means that most of its residents are freshmen. This makes it a great place to meet new friends! If you want to live in an all-freshman dorm but don’t want your building to feel like a freshman dorm, Finch Hall is worth considering.

HPU – Finch Hall Dorm Cost

Room TypeSemester RateAcademic Year Rate
One person in Unit/Loft (Tier-2)$1,947$3,894

5. WOM-COM (Women’s complex)

Located next to Smith library, the Women’s Complex is one to admire if you are a lady looking for a serene environment. The dorm only accommodates ladies. It features carpets, a twin bed (standard-sized twin size), desks, closets, and dressers. This is a residential community on campus that’s specifically designed to accommodate women. It has its own dining hall, lounge, and meeting space—and it’s also located close to other dorms, so it’s easy to meet people. The only downside? You have to be a woman to live there! If you don’t identify as female, you can still visit WOM-COM to eat dinner or hang out with friends. There are also gender-neutral housing options available if you prefer not to stay in an all-female dorm.

HPU – Women’s Complex Dorm Cost

The cost of the dorm is included in the base room and board charge in addition to tuition and fees.

Here are other HPU dorms for First-Year Undergraduate Students

McEwen
York Hall
Yadkin Hall
Millis
Belk hall

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