A Wise Decision
Choosing to live on campus is a wise decision because it puts you right in the middle of college life. Of course, our goal is to provide students a convenient, safe, and comfortable place to live during their college years. You will be close to classrooms, instructors, and learning resources, including the computer labs and library. National surveys indicate students who live in residence halls maintain higher grade point averages and are more likely to stay in school and graduate than students who live off campus. In addition, students who live on campus tend to be more satisfied with their college experience, and have unique opportunities to make lasting friendships.
The housing facility features a wide range of living options. All units are apartment-style and include a small kitchen with refrigerator, stove, sink and food storage areas. Each unit contains at least one bathroom with shower. Beds and mattresses, study area with desk and chair, bookshelves, and closets are all in units. Larger apartments include some dining and living area furniture. Residents will need to provide their own cooking and eating dishes, linens, mattresses pad, pillow, towels, study lamp. No single rooms are available at this time. The housing facilty is accessible for students and guests using a wheelchair. Please indicate your special needs on the application and preferences form.
Common areas include students lounges and laundry facilities. Ample parking is available near the building. The entire housing facility is a nonsmoking area and alcohol-free. No smoking or alcohol is allowed anywhere in the building, including individual student rooms, and regardless of the age of any resident.
How to Apply
The first step toward living on campus is to complete and return the room request form and pre-payment as soon as possible. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so don't wait until the last minute to apply.
Upon receiving your room request and pre-payment, the Housing Office will send you a rental contract and application for room style and roommate preferences for you to complete and return. When your completed contract and preferences are received by the college, the Housing Office will confirm your request in writing. Since room assignments are based on the date of application, it is to your advantage to return the rental contract/application as early as possible to help ensure receiving your preferences. The Housing Office will make every effort possible to accommodate your requests indicated on your completed contract and application.
For More Information
If you would like to meet or talk to a staff person about the housing opportunities at Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College, contact:
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College is an equal opportunity college. All persons are elligible for enrollement regardless of race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, religion, or disability.
This information is subject to change