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
If you wish to live on campus, please complete the Housing Application.
View the Housing Rules & Regulations.
Prices for the 2021-2022 Academic year
- Cherokee Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1700, Summer $825
- Cherokee Hall (1 bedroom, 2 person) – Fall/Spring $1800, Summer $875
- Lyon Hall & O’Brien Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2030, Summer $980
- Osceola Hall (4 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2450, Summer $1175
Our residence halls tend to fill up quickly for the fall semester. Please submit your housing application early. If they are full and you wish to be put on the waitlist, please fill out your housing application and submit the $190.00 deposit. You will be notified if a space comes available. If a space does not come available by the fall, your housing deposit will be refunded to you.
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.