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 2018-2019 Academic Year
- Cherokee Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1600, Summer $775
- Cherokee Hall (1 bedroom, 2 person) – Fall/Spring $1700, Summer $825
- Lyon Hall & O’Brien Hall (2 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $1925, Summer $925
- Osceola Hall (4 bedroom, 4 person) – Fall/Spring $2300, Summer $1100
If you wish to live on campus, please complete the Housing Application.
View the Housing Rules & Regulations.
Northwest Iowa Community College recently opened Osceola Residence Hall, a 19,000 square foot building. Osceola Hall consist of suites that house four students. Each suite includes:
- Living room
- 2 bathrooms (each bathroom serves 2 people)
- 4 individual bedrooms (students have their own private sleeping space).
In addition, the Osceola Hall walkout basement features a state of the art gaming room designed for several students to play at one time. Students in all existing residence halls can access this gaming room as well. The new Residence Hall houses 40 students, along with living spaces for two Residence Assistants and an onsite residence hall director.