Student housing at Northwest Iowa Community College is in four housing complexes–each just a short walk to classes.
- Cherokee Hall – apartment style living
- Lyon Hall – suite style living
- O’Brien Hall – suite style living
- Osceola Hall – suite style living
Prices for the 2020–2021 Academic Year
- Cherokee Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1670, Summer $810
- Cherokee Hall (1 bedroom, 2 person) – Fall/Spring $1770, Summer $860
- Lyon Hall & O’Brien Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2000, Summer $960
- Osceola Hall (4 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2400, Summer $1150
Prices for the 2019–2020 Academic Year
- Cherokee Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1635, Summer $790
- Cherokee Hall (1 bedroom, 2 person) – Fall/Spring $1735, Summer $840
- Lyon Hall & O’Brien Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1965, Summer $940
- Osceola Hall (4 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2350, Summer $1125
If you wish to live on campus, please complete the Housing Application.
View the Housing Rules & Regulations.
Each resident has access to a variety of amenities within or adjacent to the housing complex:
- Free access to the Lifelong Learning & Recreation Center
- Study rooms
- Computer labs
- Free laundry facilities, cable, high-speed internet, and parking
- Recreation room with big screen TV and available game check-out
- Air conditioning
- Vending area
- Bike/exercise trail
- Gaming room in Osceola Hall with 8 gaming stations with 70” TVs, gaming consoles (Xbox, PlayStation and Wii), public computers and connections for students to hook up personal computers and consoles (available to all housing students)
- Basement in Osceola Hall to provide safe zone during inclement weather (available to all housing students).
Your suite/apartment will be furnished with:
(1 per resident)
- Bed (loft)/mattress
- 3 drawer dresser
- Desk & chair
- Dining table & chairs (Cherokee/Lyon/O’Brien)
- Full-size refrigerator
- Counter top range (Cherokee Hall)
- Electric stove (Lyon/O’Brien Hall/Osceola)
Note: Living room furniture is NOT provided.
Do you have single rooms?
Yes! New to NCC is Osceola Hall which is a suite style unit with four individual bedrooms.
Are the resident halls coed?
Yes, you may have a suite next door to the opposite sex.
When should I apply for housing?
On campus housing fills quickly so apply sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
How do I apply for housing?
You can find the housing application HERE. You will also need to submit a $190 housing deposit.
How are roommates assigned?
You can indicate on your housing application if there is a specific student you want to reside with. If no indication is given, we try to put students in the same program together.