You have a full load of classes and a part-time job, you’re active in a couple of campus organizations, and you like to work out so you can stay in shape. The last thing you need is the commuting, cooking and cleaning that go with living off campus. The good news is that you can avoid all of the hassle by living in a campus residence hall.
On-campus living provides convenient access to classes and campus services. Our residence halls provide a built-in support network that offers the opportunity to develop lifelong friendships.
You’ll enjoy the convenience of free internet, television services, utilities and nearby parking. Laundry facilities and kitchens are also available in each residence hall.
Spacious and modern residence halls are offered at our Columbus and Hastings campuses. Dining facilities and Student Centers are conveniently located near the halls.
The Grand Island Campus has privately owned off-campus apartments available with on-campus dining facilities.
Housing contracts include two meal options. The 14-meal plan provides Monday breakfast through Friday lunch. The 19-meal plan offers students meals Monday through Sunday. Students are required to select a meal plan at the time they submit a housing contract. See College Costs for details about pricing.
Apply for Housing
A $150.00 room deposit is required and must be sent to the college along with the housing contract forms. Please contact the housing office on the campus of your choice for an application.
Remodeled in 2011, this suite-style residence hall can hold approximately 100 students. Each suite has two rooms (15’ 10” X 11’ 7”) that share a bathroom. Each room is furnished with two extra-long twin beds, two dressers, closets, a desk with two chairs, a trash bin and a recycle bin. Each student has access to wireless internet, cable television with select HD channels and a free laundry facility. The South Residence Hall also features a study room, computer lab, a common lounge and a common kitchen.
Built in 2010, this residence hall will accommodate approximately 54 students. Each room has its own bathroom and provides space for three people. Furnishings include three extra-long twin beds, three wardrobes, three desks with desk chairs, a trash bin and a recycle bin. Each student has access to wireless internet, cable television with select HD channels and a free laundry facility. The West Residence Hall also features a study room, computer lab, a common lounge and a common kitchen.
Housing is available for the Grand Island Campus through a privately owned and managed apartment complex. Apartments are unfurnished and residents pay for electricity, phone and Internet. Three-bedroom units with two baths and two-bedroom units with expanded baths also are available. Ask the campus student services office for more information.
This coed hall houses 90 students. The carpeted two-person and three-person rooms offer individual heating and air conditioning units and beautiful mirrored and tiled sink areas. Furnishings in each room include built-in closet space, extra-long single bunk beds, desks and chairs. Clay is designed with rooms located off two main hallways with community restrooms and computer labs in each of the wings. The center of the facility houses a large lobby with a TV lounge and study area, kitchen, laundry facilities and public restrooms.
Rooms are motel-style with restrooms included in each room. The large rooms accommodate three students per room, which means the hall can accommodate 42 to 47 residents. Franklin Hall is either coed or gender-specific depending upon the demands each year.
This coed hall houses 60-90 students in carpeted, individually cooled and heated rooms. Greeley Hall is designed with rooms located off two main hallways, which are separated by a large lounge area. In the lounge area, students have access to a TV room, study area, computer lab, the front desk, kitchen area, laundry facilities and public restrooms. These triple-occupancy rooms are arranged two rooms to a suite and share a full bathroom. Rooms include extra-long single beds, desks and chairs, chests and ample closet space.
These two-story facilities are divided into sections, each offering four rooms for eight students to share. Each section offers a furnished TV lounge, kitchenette and restroom. Valley Hall is designed for females, Colfax Hall is designed for males, and Boone is either coed or gender-specific depending upon the demands each year.
For more information
Toll-free for all locations: 1-877-222-0780. Extension number is the last four digits of the following numbers:
Grand Island Campus