Guide to Community LIving

Reasons to Live on Campus


How to Apply

  1. Complete all information on the application.
  2. Single rooms are available for new students and returning if available in Sitting Bull and Sakakawea Hall
  3. Review the terms and conditions of the housing applications and Resident Hall contract. 
  4. Students are assigned on first come first served basis, date of application and student need. 
  5. You will know you were successful in submitting your online application by contacting Admissions.
  6. Still have questions??? Please Email Us! or call 701-255-3285 x. 1391.
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Rates

$500.00
$700.00
Residence Hall Room Fee
Meal Plan*

Summer Session: Please contact Resident Life Director for rate information

*Meal Plans are mandatory for students living in the Residence Halls.

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What to Bring

The following items are suggested for students to bring when moving on campus:
Linens

Laundry and Clothing Care

Personal Items

Decorations

Other Items

Here are items our current students wish they had brought right away...

Prohibited Items - see Dorm Agreement

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Important Dates

Opening and Closing dates for the Residence Halls

Summer 2011

Date Time Description
May 9
(Monday)
8:00 AM Residence Halls open.
NOTE: All students must have admissions, financial aid complete.
TBD with Resident Hall Director 5:00 PM Residence Halls close
July 4
(Monday)
8:00 AM Residence Halls open.
NOTE: All students must have admissions, financial aid complete.
TBD with Resident Hall Director 5:00 PM Residence Halls close

Fall 2011

Date Time Description
August 20
(Saturday)
8:00 AM Residence Halls open.
NOTE: All students must have admissions, financial aid complete.
December 16
(Friday)
5:00 PM Residence Halls close

Spring 2012

Date Time Description
January 1
(Sunday)
8:00 AM Residence Halls open.
NOTE: All students must have admissions, financial aid complete.
May 5
(Friday)
5:00 PM Residence Halls close

 

The residence halls DO NOT close for Spring Break.

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Going Green

Recycling is a nationally recognized environmental effort.

Why should we RECYCLE?

Clipart Illustration of a Responsible White Character Dropping A Tin Can Into A Green Recycle Bin

Recycle tip:
Buy rechargeable batteries. It takes 1,000 regular batteries to equal the lifespan of one rechargeable battery. When you are discarding your batteries, recycle them.

 

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Welcome Parents!

On behalf of all staff members from the Office of Residence Life, welcome to the United Tribes Technical College family! It has been a long road leading to this point in time, but all of the sacrifices and hard work have paid off. As you may know, making a transition to college can be challenging for students and parents alike. While adjusting to children being on their own developing their individual identity and preparing for their future careers, parents are going through adjustments issues of their own. In addition, parents are often concerned with a variety of issues including the safety, well-being and success of their children.

If you are like many parents, you may have a number of questions related to your new role of parent of a first year college student. There are resources provided throughout our web site at: www.uttc.edu  please know that we see ourselves as a partner in the success of our students. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns related to your child and their residential experience.

The Office of Resident Life exists to provide a comfortable and enjoyable student-centered learning environment that supports and encourages student growth by supporting and challenging residents’ exploration of personal development and promotes civic responsibility.

The Office of Resident Life includes a director and full-time staff that work 24/7. Each serves a unique role within the department to enhance your student’s living experience.

Resident Assistants are full-time staffs that work with college students in residence halls. They are responsible for the overall management and day to day operations of the residence hall.

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Campus Newsletter

The Campus Link covers topics that are important to UTTC Staff/faculty as well parents - and their constituents. Topics such as:

Follow this link to read United Tribes News!

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Campus Safety

Click here to view information on Campus Safety

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Reasons To Live On Campus

How to Apply

Rates

What To Bring

Important Dates

Going Green

Guide for Parents

Campus Newsletter

Campus Safety