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Bruin Hills



Fact Sheet (pdf)

3D Apartment View (pdf)

Complex Floorplan (pdf)

Overview

Bruin Hills became part of the Hillview community in the 1990’s when the University purchased the property and renovated it for student use. It houses 62 upperclassman students.  It has the feel of a smaller community, which makes it ideal for that first transition into apartment life.  You will often find students grilling on the back porch of the clubhouse or studying at the picnic tables throughout the complex.

Bruin Hills Facilities/Amenities

Bruin Hills apartments are two bedroom, one bathroom units. All apartments are furnished with a twin size bed with an extra long mattress and a four drawer dresser for each bedroom. Each bedroom is also equipped with a closet that includes a hanging bar. The living room is furnished with a couch and 2 end tables. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator, a four burner gas stove/oven, double sinks, and a small kitchen table with 2 chairs. There are 2 other closets in the apartment as well, one in the hall between the bedrooms and one in the living room. There is carpet throughout the apartment with the exception of the kitchen and bathroom which have linoleum.

Laundry facilities are available in the Bruin Hills Clubhouse and there are eight washers and eight dryers. In addition, each bedroom has internet hook-ups and cable provided. Cable is also provided in the living room. All utilities, cable service, internet service are included in the cost.

The front desk is located in the clubhouse along with the mailboxes for the complex.  There is also a large meeting room where students can hang out, watch TV, study, or reserve the space for a meeting.

Staff

Bruin Hills has five Resident Assistants (RAs). The RAs are spread throughout the complex. RAs are available to provide peer guidance, develop community building activities and floor programs, and serve as a resource to students. RAs report to the Residence Director (RD). The RD is a full-time, live-in employee of Belmont University. The RD has a Bachelors degree, and in some cases, a Masters degree. The RD is responsible for the administrative details of the complex, including maintenance requests, discipline, supervising the RAs, and serving as a resource for students. The RD office and apartment are located in Horrell Hall.



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