Living on campus can provide students with the opportunities to socialize, meet new people, get involved with a variety of activities, form relationships and learn about other cultures. Students who live on campus are more likely to complete their college education.
- Cable with 59 Channels
- High Speed Internet Access
- Local Phone Service
- Full size refrigerator
- Table & Chairs
- Cabinet & Counter Space
- Coffee table
- End table
- Each apartment has 1 bathroom in which residents share.
- Twin beds
- Closet space
Highland Community College does not require its students to live on-campus.
Highland Community College requires that all students living in housing to be enrolled in at least 12 hours. This is full-time status.
HCC does have a class attendance policy, in which students will be dropped from class for not attending.
Students who drop below 12 hours will be dismissed from student housing.