For this information, visit our Housing Application and Costs page.
Take a look at our What to Bring Checklist.
All housing contracts and application fees need to be received by the date listed on our Payment Schedule for the following school year. All housing assignments will be subject to availability. Room assignments are made upon arrival of housing contracts and application fees. Roommate assignments are made shortly thereafter. You will be notified via mail of your assignments.
Per our Terms and Conditions the application fee is non-refundable.
The application fee is used to cover the administrative and technology costs associated with managing your Housing application and completing the room assignment process.
Shelden Hall (1972)Although the Shelden residence hall is DC3’s oldest student housing facility, it was completely renovated with a brand new layout in 2017. Students who live in Shelden Hall enjoy an apartment-style floor plan, which includes a double occupancy room with a shared bathroom.
Each room is furnished with two twin extra-long beds, two desks with chairs, and two dressers. Residents also have their own closet space, WiFi and cable TV hookups. And each floor features a kitchen area that includes a stove, microwave, and a water and ice machine. In addition, Shelden has two common room lounge areas, and a card-operated laundry facility.
Shelden Hall was named after math professor and athletic director J. Paul Shelden, who worked at DC3 from 1942-1974; and librarian Audria Shelden, who worked at DC3 from 1946-1974.
Coleman-Webb Hall (1989)Students who live in the Coleman-Webb residence hall enjoy a suite-style floorplan, which includes two double occupancy rooms with a single shared bathroom.
Each room is furnished with two twin extra-long beds, two desks with chairs, and two closet spaces. In addition, Coleman-Webb also features a common lobby lounge area, card-operated laundry facilities and WiFi and cable TV service.
Coleman-Webb Hall was named after band director Cal Coleman, who worked at DC3 from 1971-1989; and nursing director Dorothy Webb, who worked at DC3 from 1958-1986.
Jackson Hall (2012)Students who live in the Jackson residence hall enjoy a suite-style floor plan, which means each room is a double-occupancy room with a shared bathroom, and those two rooms share a common room living space. And each room comes furnished with a twin extra-long bed, a desk and chair, and a dresser. Residents also have their own closet space, WiFi and cable TV hookups.
At the end of each hallway, there are kitchens that include a stove, microwave, water and ice machine, and a card-operated laundry facility. In addition, Jackson has three common room lounge areas with smart TVs.
Jackson Hall is also the location of the DC3 Residence Life office.
Jackson Hall was named after education professor Betty Jackson, who worked at DC3 from 1987-1997.
Becker Hall (2014)Students who live in the Becker residence hall enjoy an apartment-style floor plan, which includes a double occupancy room with a shared bathroom.
Each room is furnished with two twin extra-long beds, two desks with chairs, and two dressers. Residents also have their own closet space, WiFi and cable TV hookups. And each floor features a kitchen area that includes a stove, microwave, and a water and ice machine. In addition, Becker has two common room lounge areas with smart TVs, two study areas and a card-operated laundry facility.
Becker Hall was named after athletic director and coach, Eldon Becker, who worked at DC3 from 1969-1999.
The residence halls usually open the Sunday prior to the first day of classes. See the DC3 Calendar for specific dates.
The Residence Life/Housing Department is always accepting Residence Hall contracts prior to the upcoming semester.
Students can request a roommate on their housing contract. The Residence Life Department will try to accommodate each request but cannot guarantee that all requests will be granted. DC3 is a non-discriminatory campus and follows the first-come-first-serve method for housing. Thus, both roommates must submit contracts and application fees at similar times to improve chances of placement together.
Private rooms are not available at Dodge City Community College at this time.
On average, about 350 students live on campus each year.
All housing contracts and application fees need to be received by the date listed on our Housing Calendar for the following school year. All housing assignments will be subject to availability. Room assignments are made upon arrival of housing contracts and application fees. Roommate assignments are made shortly thereafter. You will be notified via mail of your assignments.
Room assignments are made on a first-come-first-serve basis, and are based on the date the housing contract and application fee are received. The Residence Life office strives to honor roommate requests. Students making specific roommate requests should submit their contracts and application fees early and simultaneously with the student with whom they wish to room with. Residence Life attempts to meet all roommate requests, but, unfortunately, we are not able to grant every request.
Residents are required to wait 14 days after the first day of class to request a roommate or residence hall change. Room or hall changes are granted based on room change procedures and availability of space.
Each Residence Hall has a Residence Life Hall Director and a Resident Assistant. Residence Life Hall Directors are professional staff members that live in the Residence Halls among the students and are responsible for residents. The Residence Life Hall Director is responsible for supervising student staff and the daily management of the Residence Life areas. Resident Assistants live among the residents as well, and are responsible for creating programs and peer counseling in their living areas. The Residence Life staff provides assistance to residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Residence Life Hall Directors are professional staff members who oversee the residence halls. Resident Assistants are student staff who can help guide students to get any help they may need while living on campus.
You are encouraged to contact your Residence Assistant. You can also contact the Residence Life on call phone at (620) 255-2872 for any reason. If you need additional assistance or information, you can also contact the Residence Life office at (620) 227-9304 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, and we will assist you in finding answers to help solve your problem.
We make every effort to create a safe living environment for all residents. The Residence Life staff (Residence Life Hall Directors and Resident Assistants) are trained to monitor and report various safety concerns. Emergency procedures are addressed each semester with the residents. Residents are required to have their doors/windows locked at all times, whether they are in their room or whether they are away.
Visit our Personal Safety page for more information about how to keep yourself safe while on campus.
Pets are not allowed in any of the Dodge City Community College residence halls.
No, but we strongly recommend contacting your insurance company on this issue. The college is not responsible for any damage, theft, or other actions to your personal property. It is the responsibility of the property owner to protect his/her personal belongings.
No. All residence life facilities and outside areas are smoke-free. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas on campus. Electronic cigarettes and other vape items are considered smoking, and strictly prohibited. Please see a Resident Life staff member for more information.
Each student must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours before being allowed to move in to college housing. Residents must maintain 12 semester hours during the semester to remain in housing.
The room and board payment is broken up into the room portion, which is refundable, and the board portion (meals) which is refundable back to the resident. The board portion (meals) is pro-rated, and the cost of all uneaten meals is refunded. Please note that once students move into the residence halls and becomes a resident, they are obligated to the full cost of the room portion of the room/board charges.
The disciplinary point system has proven to be an effective method for us to hold the residents accountable for their actions. It has also shown a record of fairness in handling discipline issues. Each Dodge City Community College Residence Life violation has points associated with it, and residents have a right to dispute any violation. For more information, view the Student Handbook.
Certain acts, including—but not limited to—assault, drugs, drug paraphernalia, theft, weapons, threats, and bullying, are sanctioned with immediate removal from the residence halls.
Dodge City Community College has a loitering policy that requires all residents to be inside their residence hall, campus building, or off campus after midnight. Quiet hours begin each night at 10:00 pm. Groups of seven (7) or more are not allowed to gather after midnight. If you have questions, please contact a Resident Life staff member.
No, there is not a curfew assigned through the residence life office. Coaches may assign curfew as they see fit. Residents are allowed to come and go freely, but are not allowed to gather outside or hang out after midnight.
The visitation policy outlines when residents are allowed to have guests in their rooms. For more information, see the Residence Life Handbook.
Health and safety inspections are scheduled at random and are conducted by a professional staff member at least once a month.
Residents may have items shipped to them with the following information:
DC3 C/O (student name)2501 N. 14th AveDodge City, KS 67801
Students are assigned mailbox numbers upon arrival. Students are notified of packages by way of a notification slip in their mailboxes.