Housing and Bacterial Meningitis

All first-time resident students, to include transfer students, must show evidence of being immunized against Bacterial Meningitis within the last 5 years, at least 10 days prior to campus residency. Specific information regarding required vaccination documentation is included in the housing application. For more information regarding Bacterial Meningitis, refer to the “Important Information about Bacterial Meningitis” in the Admissions section of this Catalog.

Residence Hall

Central Texas College operates a co-ed Residence Hall for 120 full-time students. Supervision is provided by a full-time Residence Hall Manager who is responsible for daily operations as well as part-time Resident Assistants who are readily available to assist residents as needed. Each student residing in the Residence Hall is responsible for respecting the rights of others and for maintaining an atmosphere conducive to study and to harmonious social life. The Residence Hall is closed during the Winter break and Spring break. Alternative housing arrangements will need to be made during this time. No exceptions will be made. The Residence Hall remains open for the convenience of students during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Requests for information about the Residence Hall or an application for a room should be addressed to the Residence Hall Manager. Room requests are accepted up to six months in advance of the semester of expected enrollment at CTC. Applications are honored by semester on a first-come first-served basis.

The Residence Hall is accessible to students with disabilities. Students requiring a room that accommodates a disability should notify the Residence Hall Manager. Documentation of the disability should be made available to the Office of Disability Support Services for verification purposes.

Refer to the section of the Catalog “College Costs” for room and board rates.