Becoming a Resident

The Residence Hall is currently accepting housing applications for the Spring 2024 Semester.

Eligibility

All students interested in staying at the Residence Hall will need to first be enrolled and registered for classes full-time (12 units of classes) within Reedley College every academic semester. Of those courses, 1 class must meet in person on the Reedley College campus. Additionally, students must attain and maintain a semester and cumulative 2.0 GPA.

If you have yet to register for and enroll in classes for the upcoming Spring 2024 academic semester, please follow the steps outlined in the link below as it pertains to your student status with Reedley College:

Apply Now to Reedley College

Documents Needed to Apply

To ensure your housing application gets processed as seamlessly as possible, please have the following documents ready to go when you fill out your housing application:

Immunizations and Medical Insurance

Students choosing to live in the Residence Hall will need to have current medical insurance coverage throughout their time living in the Residence Hall. Additionally, they will also need to have the following immunizations prior to residing in the Residence Hall and are encouraged to receive other additional vaccinations.

Please download the RH IZ Clearance Form and have your primary healthcare provider complete and sign the form. This completed document will need to be uploaded when you complete your housing application.

Required Immunizations & Screenings Required Dosage & Screening Information
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Two (2) doses with first dose on or after 1st birthday; OR positive titer (laboratory evidence of immunity to disease)
Varicella (Chickenpox) Two (2) doses with first dose on or after 1st birthday; OR positive titer. Note: History of contracting the disease does not meet compliance.
Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap) One dose on or after age 11. Must have been received within the past 10 years.
Meningococcal conjugate (Serogroups A, C, Y, & W- 135) One (1) dose between the age 16 and age 21
Hepatitis B (Hep B) Students age 18 and younger (CA Health & Safety Code, Sec. 120390.5)
Screening/Risk Assessment: Tuberculosis (TB) All incoming students must complete a Tuberculosis risk questionnaire. Incoming students who are at higher risk* for TB infection, as indicated by answering “yes” to any of the screening questions, should undergo either skin of blood testing for TB infection within 1 year of SCCCD entry. *Higher risk include travel to or living in South &Central America, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East; prior positive TB test; or exposure to someone with active TB disease.
Recommended Immunizations Recommended Groups
COVID-19 Two (2) Doses of Moderna/Pfizer Vaccine or One (1) Dose of Johnson & Johnson Jansen’s Vaccine
Hepatitis A (Hep A) All students regardless of age
Hepatitis B (Hep B) Students age 19 and older
Human papillomavirus (HPV) For women and men through age 26
Influenza (Flu) Annually; All students regardless of age
Meningococcal conjugate (Serogroups A, C, Y, & W- 135) Students between the age of 21 and up to age 23.
Pneumococcal For students with certain medical conditions (e.g. severe asthma, diabetes, chronic liver or kidney disease)
Poliovirus (Polio) Regardless of age, if the series was not completed as a child
Immunizations for international travel Based on destination