How Do I Apply to Live in the Residence Halls at CCC?

Walker Hall SuiteCoffeyville Community College has separate Residence Halls for men and women. The men reside in Raven Hall, a collection of dorm units directly north of the Student Union. The women reside in Walker Hall, a single point-of-entry building with a 24/7 security desk. All single, full-time students under the age of 21 and from outside a 60-mile radius of Coffeyville are required to live the CCC Residence Halls.

The residency policy does not apply for summer school.

Applications to live in the residence hall are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis, so submitting a contract form during the spring months prior to the start of a new school year in August is recommended. Payment for the residence halls are made on a monthly basis during the semester with 25% required by the first day of classes.

The residence hall fees include a 17 Meal Plan and $100/per semester to use at the Raven Roost (coffee, sandwiches, salads).

Check-in for the residence halls usually begins a couple of days prior to the start of classes.

Residence Hall Contract/Application Forms (fill out and send $100 non-refundable application fee to the address noted on the form)

Residence Hall Fees 

Residential Policy

All unmarried, full-time students under 21 years of age are required to live in on-campus housing unless granted a written exception by the Vice President for Academic Services. Exceptions will be granted if a student lives at a parent's or legal guardian's permanent home within a sixty mile radius of Coffeyville or if the student is considered a legal guardian for a minor child. Students wishing to be considered for an exception who do not meet the exception requirements must submit in writing the reason for their request to the Vice President for Academic Services. Their request will be reviewed. A letter stating whether their request will be approved or denied will be issued to the student. Students must sign a housing contract before being allowed to register for classes. There is no requirement for students to live on campus during the summer semester. A student registered for less than 12 semester hours of classes may live on campus.