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Housing at NPCC | Student Resources
What life on NPCC campuses is all about...
North Platte Community College has two residence halls, one at the North Campus and one at the South Campus. The North Campus Residence Hall houses approximately 60 students, while the South Campus Residence Hall capacity is 144 students. Students can have the convenience of living on campus with the advantages of modern, free-standing duplex housing units. The Office of Student Life coordinates all campus housing and is dedicated to maintaining an environment conducive to educational and personal development. Both the North and South Campus Hall is supervised with a live-in Residence Hall Director, has Residence Hall Assistants, and night-long security.
On the North Platte North Campus, each unit houses four students and includes two bedrooms, a furnished living room, plus a complete kitchen and bathroom. High-speed internet, and basic cable are provided at no additional cost. Each unit is furnished with end tables, lamps, and seating. Bedrooms are furnished with two single beds, chest of drawers, desks and chairs, and individual closets. Kitchens have all the modern conveniences of home, such as refrigerator, sink, stove, dinette table and chairs, and air-conditioning. Several of the units are designed to use solar energy.
At North Platte South Campus, each housing hall is three stories and air conditioned. There are four apartment style units on each floor with four residents to each apartment. Each apartment is approximately 860 square feet and has two bedrooms, kitchen/dining area, living room and bedroom. The apartment is furnished with two beds, tables and appliances. High-speed internet, and basic cable are provided at no additional cost. ADA compliant units are also available.
Both the North and South Campus housing complexes include a centrally located Community Center consisting of living quarters for the housing director. The Center serves as the hub of the community and offers:
- free laundry machines
- recreational facilities
- vending machines
- guest check in/out
- mail access
Putting together a room with your roommate can be exciting and rewarding. There are many ways you can make your new residence feel like home. We allow decorations and furnishings that do not deface the room or create hazards for you and your hall mates.
What To Bring...
Putting together a room with your roommate can be exciting and rewarding. There are many ways you can make your new residence feel like home. We allow decorations and furnishings that do not deface the room or create hazards for you and your hall mates. The following is a list of what you need or may want to bring to your new room. If possible, check with your roommate to avoid any duplication, which might limit space.
Pillows ~ Linens (twin size) ~ Blankets ~ Comforter/bedspread ~ Clothes hangers ~ Laundry basket/bag ~ Laundry supplies ~ Iron ~ Lamps ~ Wastebasket ~ Telephone ~ Alarm Clock ~ Stereo ~ Television ~ Personal computer ~ Dishes ~ Desk references ~ Personal toiletries ~ Pots and Pans ~ Silverware ~ Pictures/posters (no nails allowed in walls) ~ Fun-tac (to hang pictures/posters)
What Not To Bring...
The following items are NOT allowed in individual rooms:
Alcohol Bottles (full or empty) ~ Tobacco (smokeless included) ~ Candles/incense/candle warmers ~ Microwaves (these are provided) ~ Fire arms/explosives/weapons ~ Hot plate/grills ~ Pets (fish are allowed but only in less than a 10 gallon tank)
Have Some Fun...
North Platte Community College Residence Halls offer students a way to socialize and have fun together in a diversified, safe college atmosphere. Floor meetings and social activities are planned each month so that students get to know one another and learn from each others personal experiences.
Break and Summer Housing...
The residence hall is closed for Winter break. Housing occupancy during Thanksgiving and Spring Breaks may be arranged with approval of the Student Lie Staff on each campus at no additional cost. Board plans are no available during break periods..
Note: If a student attended MPCC during the spring semester and is registered for the fall semester, he/she is not required to be enrolled in summer classes to be allowed to stay in summer housing. However, please keep in mind that if an extraordinarily large number of students request summer housing which causes room availability to be tight, assignment priority will be given to those students who are enrolled for the summer sessions.