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Campus Life | Parents
We hope your child is looking forward to the residence hall becoming their home away from home. They will find living on campus at Mid Plains Community College to be one of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of their collegiate experience. Take a look at our site to see how Residential Life functions for students at MPCC.
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.
- Educational programs and academic support - 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.
- High-speed internet access - right from your room.
- 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.
McCook Community College
Each unit is furnished with two beds, desks and closets. All rooms are air-conditioned and are provided with high-speed internet access and basic cable at no additional charge. Two laundry rooms are located on the first floor of the student housing complex, offering coin-operated washers and dryers.
Many activities are planned throughout the school year, enhancing and encouraging friendships and involvement while attending classes.
North Platte Community College North Campus Duplex Housing
Students can have the convenience of living on campus with the advantages of modern, free-standing duplex housing units.
Located on the North Platte North Campus, each unit houses four students. The units include two bedrooms, furnished living room, plus a complete kitchen and bathroom. Phone connections, 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.
The combination laundry/recreation room, located within the student housing complex, offers coin-operated washers/dryers, as well as TV, pool and foosball tables, vending machines, and exercise equipment.
North Platte Community College South Campus Duplex Housing
Completed for occupancy for the Fall 2003 semester, the residence halls located on the North Platte Community College South Campus consist of three housing units and a community center. Each housing unit is three stories, air-conditioned and access controlled. There are four apartment style units on each floor with four residents to each apartment. ADA compliant units are available.
Each apartment is approximately 860 square feet and has two bedrooms, kitchen/dining area, living room and bedroom. Each apartment is furnished with two beds, tables and appliances. Phone connections, high-speed internet, and basic cable are provided at no additional cost. Total occupancy per residence hall unit is 48 students.
This housing complex includes a centrally located Community Center consisting of living quarters for the housing director plus laundry and recreational facilities for the residents.