Beatrice Campus offers one suite-style and three
spacious, apartment housing buildings for single students.
Eisenhower Hall, Washington Hall and Roosevelt Hall each provide
cable TV, internet access, and furniture in each unit. Hoover Hall
is not furnished with a couch, loveseat, coffee table or end table.
No food plan is available, but the Snack Bar in the Student Center,
inside the Kennedy Center, is open Monday through Friday for
breakfast and lunch.
Milford Campus residence halls are available
for men, women, married couples, and single parents. Each residence
hall unit has extended cable TV plus HBO, wireless Internet access
in all buildings and wired Internet ports in Nebraska and
Cornhusker Halls. Each hall has a courtesy phone with local
telephone service located in the common area. Long distance calls
can be made with a calling card on the courtesy phones. A meal plan
is included in the cost of all room styles in Nebraska and
Cornhusker Halls. All students living in the Pioneer Hall complex
may opt into a cafeteria meal plan.
The Lincoln Campus does not provide on-campus
housing but does provide information for students seeking housing,
including apartment and home listings, city locator maps, prices,
and general information on independent living. Contact the Student
Services Office on the Lincoln Campus for more information.
Parents Of All Ages (POAA)Southeast Community College has nice apartment style housing available for qualified Pell eligible students with children. Students must agree to enroll full time in school. They receive housing only so long as they are enrolled working toward their educational objective. It is located within walking distance of the Beatrice Campus. Additional information can be found in the POAA brochure.
LoungesCommon area lounges for residents with couches, big-screen televisions,
computer labs, pool & ping pong tables, microwaves and vending machines are
available in the Beatrice and Milford Campus residence halls.
Laundry FacilitiesCoin-operated washers and dryers are available in the residence halls
for student use.
Activities & Leadership
Residential Life Staff provide
residents with activities and events throughout the school year,
focusing on educational, recreational and social opportunities.
Examples include game nights, movie nights, speakers, educational
programs, pool tournaments, basketball tournaments, and late-night
breakfasts during finals. Residents can find leadership
opportunities and make new friends by joining the Resident Hall
Association. Resident Assistants are typically second-year/second
quarter students hired to work in the residence halls, providing
leadership, team-building, community development, programming, and
administration to the students living on campus. Each RA lives on
campus, and they are hired according to each campus' needs. Contact
the Residential Life Office for more information.