The Lambuth Campus offers housing in Carney-Johnston Hall.
Carney-Johnston Residence Hall
Carney-Johnston Residence Hall, once the most popular place for Lambuth University
students to live, reopened in Fall 2013. This historic building, located on the quadrangle
between Wilder Student Union and the Athletic Building on the new Lambuth Campus of
the University of Memphis, offers housing for up to 190 students in single and double
rooms with suite-style baths. Carney-Johnston’s recent upgrades include new fire safety
systems, heating and cooling improvements, as well as new paint and carpet in every
room. The building is ADA accessible.
In addition to separate floors for male and female residents, study lounges on the
second floor offer 24-hour access to a quiet study area. A large living room on the
first floor can be used for social activities for Carney-Johnston Hall residents.
To apply for Lambuth Campus housing, click here.
Housing prices are available here.
Meal Plan for the U of M Lambuth Campus
Never Go Hungry. Always Have a Plan.
A meal plan offers you real value, convenience, flexibility and variety, and it helps
you save your cash for better things!
The 100-Meal Plan
The 80- Meal Plan
Meals will be available in the Dining Hall, located in the Student Union Building.
The Dining Hall is open Monday-Friday. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served Monday-Thursday;
breakfast and lunch are served on Friday.
How to Sign up:
You can sign up for a meal plan by selecting the plan when you apply for housing,
by emailing email@example.com, or by calling 901.678.2295.
For commuter students interested in a meal-plan, sign up through the Tiger Dining
website by clicking here.
If you have questions, contact our Aramark Location Manager, Elaine Brown by emailing her or visit her in the Dining Hall located in the Wilder Student Union building.
The University of Memphis Lambuth Campus Life Grant
The University of Memphis Lambuth Campus Life Grant provides funding to eligible undergraduate
students who will serve as leaders in the development and implementation of campus
activities and organizations. This includes developing and being involved in academic
organizations, programs or activities; providing community service to the campus;
and participating in student organizations focusing on Multicultural Affairs, Student
Governance, Student Activities, Student Recruitment, Campus Recreation or Residence
To be considered eligible for the Grant for the Fall 2014 semester, students must
meet an academic requirement of 2.75 high school GPA for first time, full-time freshmen
and a 2.5 GPA for transfer students, and apply for housing on the U of M Lambuth Campus.
For Fall 2014, the Campus Life Grant will be available for a one-year grant of $2,000
($1,000 per semester) on a limited funds-available basis for new student applications
meeting the above eligibility requirements.
Current recipients are not eligible to reapply once their original award period has
expired. Recipients should refer to their original award notification for details.
Click here to submit your application online. For more information about the Lambuth Campus
Life Grant, contact Lisa Warmath, Manager of Student and Academic Services at 1-731-425-1903.
For more information about Lambuth Campus housing contact Beth Ann Simpson at 1-731-425-1951.