Becoming a Resident
As of June 15, 2020 the Residence Hall has reached it’s occupancy limit of 70 resident students total for the Fall 2020 semester. Housing will only be offered to students that require face-to-face labs and lectures, face-to-face labs and lectures are held on campus and not online. All students are advised to review their class schedule for the Fall.
Residence Hall Manager Lisa McAndrews
1235 W. Manning Ave.
Reedley, CA 93654
(559)638-0300 ext. 3258
Applications will be processed on a space available basis. Confirmation of housing will be based on the following deadlines:
- May 31, 2020 — Returning residents
- June 1, 2020 — High school seniors from the State Center Community College District, and students from other California high schools.
- June 15, 2020 — Out of state and foreign students.
Fall 2020 & Spring 2021
Housing Contract Fee $150.00
- $100.00 Damage/Cleaning
- $40.00 RH Club
- $10.00 Tiger One Card
Double Occupancy Room (2 residents per room)
- Rent: $1,989.00
- Meal Plan: $1,025.00
- Total: $3,014.00
Housing contracts are not accepted without the $150.00 contract fee and First month’s rent of $602.80 is due at check in. Payment arrangements are made through the Business Services Office and must be set up prior to students checking in.
RESIDENCE HALL CONTRACT FEE
A non-refundable contract fee of $150.00 is required upon return of the Residence Hall contract. The non-refundable fee covers the processing of the contract, damage and cleaning costs as well as social and educational activities for Residence Hall students.
First month's rent of $602.80 is required from all students at check-in.
- Payments need to be current for student to register for the next semester
- Please wait 24-48 hours to make a paymen or create your payment plan on WebAdvisor. Make a payment online.
- Any questions regarding payments can be directed to email@example.com
*A student's actual monthly payment may change with a larger meal plan, financial aid availablity, and a later enrollment in the online payment plan. To lower your actual monthly payments, it is highly recommended that students apply for financial aid (visit the Reedley College Financial Aid office or visit www.fafsa.ed.gov). A copy of the student's Financial Aid Award Letter is mandatory and must be proved to the Residence Hall office BEFORE the student is allowed to move in.
Residence Hall residents must have medical insurance. This is mandatory. Proof of medical insurance (i.e. Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Kaiser, Medi-Cal etc.) needs to be provided with the housing contract.
Residents can not move into the Residence Hall without medical insurance.
Off Campus Housing - Alternative Living Options (These are NOT affiliated with Reedley College or the RC Residence Hall).