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Construction is scheduled to begin on the roof systems of the women’s dorms this summer. At this time we are not accepting dorm applications until the project nears completion and we are able to accurately predict a completion date. Attached is a copy of the letter that we are sending to the dorm applicants that are currently on the waiting list. We will continue to keep you updated as the project progresses.
Living on campus has many advantages. Wallace State’s residence halls provide an environment conducive to academic achievement and are conveniently located within walking distance to classrooms, the library, and other campus facilities. Residents often find that living in a dorm is a great way to become involved in student activities and make new friends.
Wallace State offers both men’s and women’s dormitories. The rooms are large and designed for double-occupancy, but a limited number of single rooms are available. Most rooms have two double beds, two study areas with storage units, a large walk-in closet and a private bath. Multiple laundry facilities are located in each residence hall with coin-operated washers and dryers.
Telephone and cable outlets are provided in each room.
Our residence halls also provide community kitchen facilities. In addition, residents are allowed to have refrigerators and microwave ovens in their rooms. The WSCC cafeteria serves lunch Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The Student Center Grill also serves meals Monday through Friday, and has pool tables, recreation and meeting areas for students. A variety of restaurants are located adjacent to campus.
Dormitory fees are $900.00 per semester during fall and spring semesters and $675.00 during the summer semester.
A $200 security fee is due when application is made and refundable when the student moves out and no damage is assessed to the room. Dormitory rent must be paid prior to occupying the dormitory and at the beginning of each subsequent term. Rates are subject to change.
Residence hall tours are available by contacting the Office of Student Recruiting at 256/352-8031 or 866-350-WSCC.
Men's Dorm Room Floor Plan
Women's Dorm Room Floor Plan
To apply for housing or for more information, contact Crystal Hines at 256/352-8156.