Sheridan College Campus Housing
Over 400 Sheridan College students live on campus each semester. Students who live on campus enjoy a built-in community and sense of belonging starting on their first day of class. Whether you prefer traditional, suite-style, or apartment-style housing, your new home is waiting for you in one of our 20 residence halls.
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Step 2: Fill out the 2022-2023 Housing Application.
Our newest residence hall, Centennial Hall is perfect for meeting new friends. It was designed for fun, featuring a gaming room, meeting room, and large common areas on each floor. Three stories tall, Centennial Hall offers gorgeous views of the Bighorn Mountains and a comfortable living and learning environment.
Founders Hall is a popular choice for first-year students. It offers traditional double rooms near group baths with access to a full kitchen and common living space. Featuring a shady courtyard out front and a traditional residence hall feel, Founders is the perfect setting to dig into your studies.
East Hall offers a small, suite-style setting featuring private bathrooms. This residence hall is perfect for students who prefer more of an apartment style but want to live on campus. With a common kitchenette, students who call East Hall home find it easy to get to know their neighbors.
Similar to Founders Hall, South Hall is a popular choice for first-year students and has more of a traditional residence hall feel. It offers mostly traditional double rooms near group baths with access to a full kitchen and common living space, as well as a few single rooms with private baths.
Whitney Villas & Lofts
Whitney Villas/Lofts are basically apartments on campus, complete with front porches. Each building has one to five apartments with a combination of single and double rooms. Enjoy the convenience of campus with all the amenities of an off-campus apartment.
Crook, Kearney, and Connor are small, two-story facilities that function as overflow housing as needed.
Top 3 Reasons to Live On Campus
Built-in Community – Easily meet new people. On-campus students have a built-in community starting on their first day of class. Support services like counseling, academic advising, and tutoring are also easily accessible.
Convenience & Safety – Save time and money. Live steps away from your classes, dining hall, computer labs, bookstore, gym, and library. Our residence halls are safe and secure with required key card access.
Academic Success – Studies* show that students who live on campus have a GPA that is nearly 1/10th higher than students who live off campus.
*Studies done by Murray (2011) and Marchant (2012 )
Residence Hall Costs
|Cost*||Meal Plan 1: 214 Meals, $150 Meal Dollars||Meal Plan 2: 150 Meals, $200 Meal Dollars||Meal Plan 3: 128 Meals, $300 Meal Dollars||Meal Plan 4: 105 Meals, $400 Meal Dollars||Efficiency Meal Plan: 50 Meals, $300 Meal Dollars|
*Rates are per semester. There is an additional $50 laundry fee per semester. There is also a $30 activity fee per semester unless living in the Efficiency Apartments.
We offer comprehensive meal plans for students living on campus with a variety of options to suit your lifestyle and preferences. Meal plans are a required part of living on campus. Please click here for more information.
** Efficiency Apartments are for students 26 or older; or for married students without children.