Southeast Community College students have the opportunity to live on campus at Nebraska Wesleyan
University during the 2022-2023 academic year. NWU is offering spaces in select on-campus housing units
to any SCC students, including incoming freshman. SCC students will live on the NWU campus and be part
of the NWU residential community while taking classes at SCC. This is an exciting partnership for SCC
and NWU to give SCC students an on-campus community experience!
SCC students must maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours of enrollment at SCC during the time they live on
campus at NWU. Students must have their own transportation to/from campus.
To apply, complete the online housing contract form or you may
print a PDF of the
contract (PDF) to mail or scan back.
After submitting your housing contract, you may mail a check for $150 for the housing deposit to the
address on the form or you may contact student accounts at 402-437-2669 to pay via a credit card.
Students must remain enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours for the duration of each semester they live
on campus at NWU.
A $150 deposit is required to SCC. The deposit will be applied to any accrued damages; remaining funds
will be returned to the student after all potential damage charges are assessed after a student moves
out of the residence hall. The deposit will be submitted to SCC with the housing contract.
SCC students residing in NWU housing will be charged a non-refundable $90/year fee (billed annually) that
covers the costs of:
Housing costs will be charged to the student’s SCC account. Eligible students can apply financial aid to
the housing cost charges.
The contract length is for the entire academic year (fall and spring semesters). However, students can
choose to live on campus for one semester with proper notice given to Residence Life staff. Room and
board charges will be assessed by semester.
NWU housing facilities close during the institution’s Thanksgiving holiday, between fall and spring
semester, and over spring break. Break housing contracts are available for students wishing to stay on
campus; a per day rate for break housing will be charged. NWU’s dining hall is not open during breaks.
Roommates are assigned based on the lifestyle habits and preferences submitted by students as part of the
Roommate Questionnaire. Students are able to request specific roommates provided each resident
designates the other resident(s) on the Roommate Questionnaire.
Students living in the White/Heim Suites are required to have a meal plan.
NWU dining hall staff can make meals-to-go upon request for students traveling back and forth to the SCC
Dietary needs can be accommodated. Visit with Lana Webb with NWU’s Dining Hall at (402) 465-2296 about
how they can meet needs.
Students living in a Townhouse are not required to have a meal plan.
In addition to SCC’s student resources and activities, students living on NWU’s campus have the
opportunity to participate in NWU residence hall activities, use the campus recreation facilities, and
the support of residence hall staff. Students will also have access to free Wi-Fi on the NWU campus.
Transportation is not provided. Students are responsible for arranging transportation to and from the SCC
and NWU campuses.
Students living in NWU on campus housing are required to have two separate immunization dates (month and
year) for measles (Rubeola, commonly referred to as MMR or MR) and at least one meningococcal
(meningitis) vaccination at or after the age of 16.
Students are also required to show proof of a completed COVID vaccination with booster doses recommended.
More information about the requirement and exemption
policy and procedure are available.
Students will need to submit their proof of vaccination to the NWU Residential Education Office. Please
complete the NWU
Health History form (PDF).
Students need to complete a Housing Contract (PDF) and Roommate Questionnairee and submit to email@example.com. Space is available on a first
come, first served basis based on the receipt of the housing contract and deposit.
Students will be asked to share information about lifestyle habits and preferences as part of the
Roommate Questionnaire. Information submitted will be used to pair roommates.
Housing assignments for fall of 2022 will be made by the end of July and students notified the first week
of August. For the spring semester, students will be notified of their housing assignment by the last
week of November.
Information about move-in, orientation for living on campus, what to bring/not bring, etc. will be shared
with students with their housing confirmation information.
SCC students living on NWU campus are subject to NWU housing and campus policies and SCC’s and NWU’s
Student Codes of Conduct. Policy and Student Code of Conduct violations of SCC students living on campus
will be shared with the SCC Lincoln Campus Dean of Students. SCC students will be required to sign a
release of information allowing NWU and SCC to share information as part of the contract.
Fall 2022 Semester
Check-in: Thursday, Aug. 18
Time: 1-5 p.m.
Where: Heim/White Suites (J & K on this campus map).
There will be a quick building orientation and meet & greet (pizza provided) from 6–6:30 p.m. in the
lobby on Aug. 18.
For questions regarding NWU check-ins, please contact Brandi Sestak, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Housing costs will vary by unit
Complete the Roommate Questionnaire
Review the required NWU immunization requirements
Complete the NWU Medical Health History form (PDF) and provide
proof of immunizations. This form may be turned in at the time of student move-in or mailed to NWU
Residential Education, 5000 St. Paul Ave., Lincoln, NE 68504.