Gillette College Housing
Living on Campus
A campus community can enhance your academic pursuits. Together, our staff and students strive to promote values of community, inquiry, integrity, and caring. There’s no better way to experience our values than to live on campus. Gillette campus living offers resident students the support and skills to become engaged citizens and dynamic leaders while they immerse themselves in our academic programs.
Campus Housing at Gillette College
Are you interested in living on campus while attending Gillette College? Our Department of Campus Life and Housing offers Gillette students several campus housing environments, from tight-knit communities to more independent living options. Conveniently located on campus, minutes away from all classrooms– Gillette College is proud to offer you safe and welcoming student residential facilities.
Opened in January 2017, Inspiration Hall offers a high level of convenience and affordability! With 70 traditional suite-style rooms available over three floors, Inspiration hall also houses the campus dining facility, High Plains Grill.
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Opened in 2009, Tanner Village offers amenities and accommodations not offered within a traditional dormitory setting. Tanner Village has four residential buildings that contain 17 residential suites. In addition, for residents’ convenience, coin-operated laundry facilities are located on-site in Tanner Village’s community room. This laundry facility is open to students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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Living on Campus Helps Students Succeed
Higher grades – Studies* show that students who live on campus have a GPA that is nearly 1/10th higher than students who live off campus.
Community – Become a part of the Gillette community. Connect with your classmates and friends. Have constant access to support services like counseling, academic advising, and tutoring services.
Convenience – Save time and money. Live steps away from your classes, dining halls computer lab, bookstore, gym, and library.
Security – Living on campus is a secure and comfortable alternative to an independent living arrangement, and is much more fun than living at home. Our residence halls have 24/7 campus security, a live-in resident director, and are monitored by surveillance cameras.
*Studies done by Murray (2011) and Marchant (2012 )