Housing

We hope you are looking forward to the residence hall becoming your home away from home. You will find living on campus at Mid Plains Community College to be one of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of your collegiate experience.

Take a look at our site to see how Residential Life functions for students at MPCC.

MPCC Housing Opportunities and YOU!

  • Educational programs - right in your residence hall.
  • Intentional learning programs - to learn more about yourself and others.
  • Social and cultural activities - to make friends and expand your horizons.
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Convenient access to the resources on campus - just a short walk to the library, Student Union, gym & fitness workout rooms, and your classroom buildings.
  • A sense of community - with your hall mates and friends across campus.

A residence hall is more than just a place to sleep. In fact, the essence of living in a residence hall really has nothing to do with the building, and everything to do with relationships. A residence hall is meeting new friends and broadening horizons. It is experiencing living with people from different countries and backgrounds. It is learning how to live in a community with others. Ultimately, it is learning how to really care about those with whom you live.

How to Apply for Housing

On-campus housing costs are set by the MPCC Board of Governors each spring. Housing is limited and will be assigned to students based on the following priorities:

  • The date MPCC receives the housing application and deposit
  • Must be a currently enrolled student
  • The Student must be enrolled for 9 semester hours

Following acceptance to MPCC, you will receive information to allow you to log-in to Campus Web and the On-line Housing Application. Those interested in living on-campus at Mid-Plains Community College on either the McCook or North Platte campuses must submit an Online Housing Application and $200 housing deposit. The online contract will be available after April 1st. If you have questions please contact the Director of Housing at your campus (information found below).



Housing Cost Sheet

NOTE: Summer Housing Available to students 1) in good standing with MPCC, 2) enrolled in a minimum of 3 hours of MPCC summer classes, and enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours MPCC classes the following Fall. Summer housing available while Summer classes are in session. Students may request permission to stay between Spring and Summer and Summer to Fall session from Director of Housing.