A Great Place To Live
The hardest decision after selecting which college you will attend is which residence hall you will call home for the next year (or more). Living on campus is one of the most enjoyable experiences of a college education, offering economic advantages plus convenient access to classes and student activities. We have four (4) halls for you to choose from.
Our traditional halls are Shelden and Coleman-Webb. Shelden is an all male hall and Coleman-Web is all female. These halls are "Suite Style" living; which means you and your roommate share a connected bathroom with two people in a room next to you.
Our newest all female residence is Jackson Hall. Jackson’s residents will typically be housed in a two room suite. These two rooms will share a common living area. Each individual room contains its own bathroom. Four kitchens are available in this hall for the students' use.
Our new male hall opened in August 2014! Becker's residents will be housed two to a room and each room will have its own bathroom. Three kitchens will be available for the students' use.
Students find that the advantages of lower cost and easy access to a variety of campus activities and resident programs are a valuable educational experience at DCCC.
Campus-wide security, as well as security in the residence halls, is vitally important on all college campuses. DCCC Security, with offices in Shelden Hall, is staffed by two full-time officers and part-time officers. Officers are on duty every day and night and conduct numerous safety and security programs throughout the year.